Currently, all data models have been versioned to the 0.0.1. Once the policy for the @context will be in place there will jump to version 1.0.0.
This version can be checked at the beginning of the json schema in the $schemaVersion key.
The versioning policy is defined in this document available at the umbrella repo and in the main menu data models -> versioning policy
We are testing a new feature for the users of the portal. A public to-do list.
The idea is to make public what features, data models, etc are coming in a near future but on the other hand, we would like to open to the community.
I.e.allowing to set some priorities and to suggest new data models/features, etc.
Currently, if you register on the site you could add a new to-do item or comment on the existing one.
It is an experimental feature under evaluation to check if this is useful for global management.
We’ll check for a month, by the end of the month it will be decided if to keep it.
There is a link in the right widget of the front page. (last link)
Now the search option of the menu not only lists the repository name and the data model but they are also clickable links allowing you to reach directly the repository / data models.
Check it out at the search option in the main menu.
In the right column of the front page, there is a new feature for look for data models
once type ‘light’ it looks like in the right
Every entry is an hyperlink
The list of data models has been completely changed.
Step 1: write part of the name of data model or repository
Step 2: The table filter the options
Step 3: Click on the name and it takes you directly to the github location you need.
There is a working group about risk assessment. They are starting to work in the incubated repository in a Risk assessment repository. Some results are expected in the coming 4 weeks.
The initial evaluation of risks will be focused on the water networks’ risks, but generaliation is expected.
Thanks to the contributors of Store data model inside the point of interest repository it has been detected an error in the shared element which maps schema.org concept of opening hours specification which was located at commons in the root of data models repository.
The manual for a simple contribution of a data model has been updated. See it in this link.