Source: 88solutions ( Pete Rivett)
People should be able to easily discover which updates have been incorporated already.
Reported: LCC 1.0b1 — Fri, 11 Nov 2016 02:26 GMT
Disposition: Resolved — LCC 1.0
The spec and OWL should indicate which version of ISO specs is reflected
A. For the Language ontologies (documented in clause 8), add a statement to the metadata in the ontologies themselves, in a change note or history note in the header of the ontology, that provides an indication of the currency of the codes. For example, to the header of the LanguageRepresentation, the following statement should be included in the history note: "The LCC 1.0 version of this ontology, published in advance of the 2017 New Orleans OMG Technical Meeting, was current as of 31 July 2017 with respect to the ISO 639-1 and 639-2 codes included herein."
These notes indicating the currency should also be incorporated in the metadata sections of the specification for each ontology, and the versionIRIs corresponding to the language codes individuals (given that the actual individuals are not documented in the specification) revised as appropriate.
B. For the country representation ontology, which is intended to support multiple geographic coding systems, no currency statement is required. However, for the country codes, subdivisions, and regions, a more formal statement indicating the date that the codes were published by ISO / the U.N. is available and should be incorporated in the metadata for each of the ontologies.
The resolution to this issue depends on the resolution to LCC-14, which revises the versionIRI for the ontology.
Updated: Tue, 19 Dec 2017 20:01 GMT
LCC_ — The spec and OWL should indicate which version of ISO specs is reflected
- Key: LCC_-2
- OMG Task Force: 2nd Languages, Countries and Codes 1.0 FTF