If changes in the Smart data models matters to you, there is a new resource for keeping updated, the general mail list.
It is in test form, you can subscribe here
The initial idea is to send a mail once a week (with some exception for urgent issues).
The form is also available in the right column of the frontend.
There is a new page on how to document a data model.
how to document a data model.
It is provisional documentation to be discussed and applied to every data model.
It can be reach as an option under the main menu data models.
Templates folder complies templates for the definition of the different documentation attached to a data model.
Now there is a folder for the documentation to include into the Subject folder and into the data model folder.
The list of required properties for all the data models is available as a json file in the AllSubjects directory on the umbrella repository.
Under the name official_list_required_properties
The governance documents for the initiative will be located at the main repository in the folder governance.
First documents will be:
- Global governance of the initiative
- An official list of administrators.
A PR on that repo would be reviewed for other documents that can be considered.
Regarding some questions addressed by participants. Yes, it is possible to include into the attribution to your organisation AND to your project in a contribution.
See example on water network management Subject.
Although the preferred option to submit a data model is by making a pull request on the right data model, we have shared this form to allow you to submit it.
The form is on the option Submit data model in the main menu.
Here you can access the drafted versioning policy for the smart data models repository.
Comments welcomed as an issue here or in the administrator mail alberto . abella @ fiware .org
The structure of the repositories are :
Domain repository: Full global sector repository containing general documents, global schemas for the domain and
Subject repository: It compiles a group of data models on the same subject, usually belonging to on single domain. In case of being used in several domains, they will be allocated under the Cross sector domain.
Old term topic is being removed across all domains.
All submitted modules are required to have a schemaVersion attribute in their schema.json.
This is changed in the guidelines for coding standards
An automatic script will detect it and in case of not being detected it includes a line
“schemaVersion” : “0.0”