[tdwg-tapir] Darwin & RDF

John R. WIECZOREK tuco at berkeley.edu
Fri Apr 20 18:17:01 CEST 2007

I would add that once we do have a standard (my charter is under
consideration), we should remove the antiquated references to avoid
confusion and promote the actual standard.

2007/4/20, Renato De Giovanni <renato at cria.org.br>:
> Hi Markus,
> I never used the "old" DarwinCore concepts with TapirLink, except for
> testing the import of DiGIR PHP configuration. I also don't know if
> somebody is using it.
> Anyway, since someone already had the work of adding all DarwinCore
> concepts in the CNS file, I would suggest to keep them there. At
> least while the new Darwin is still under the standardization
> process. But we should definitely rename the label and maybe add some
> comments there - the old DarwinCore is being shown with a greater
> version than the new one...
> Regards,
> --
> Renato
> On 19 Apr 2007 at 18:00, Markus Döring wrote:
> > Ive been reconfiguring my tapirs here today and stumbled quite often
> > across "old" mappings to darwin core 1.0 with NS http://digir.net/
> > schema/conceptual/darwin/2003/1.0. Those concepts are also in the
> > standard TDWG alias.txt file. What do you think, is there still any
> > need for it with TAPIR or can we remove all reference to the old
> > darwin core and only work with the new one? Anybody of course is free
> > to do create his own alias.txt and models, but should TDWG still
> > provide support for this?
> > --
> > Markus
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