Many of the contributors of the data models are providing changes into the spec.md and its translations.
Fortunately, this is not necessary. You just need to provide the changes in the descriptions included in the schema.json file of each data model.
Now in order to save time for the contributors, a warning message has been included in the specs.
The link takes you to the contribution manual section where the specification is described.
Every week till there will be a 30 min live session to :
- Make questions about any of the data models
- Sharing experiences (maximum 5 minutes)
The agenda for the first 5-minutes slots is this. The 3
- Introduction of the Smart Data Models
Updates of the week (new services and new/updated data models). Survey.
Regulations / standards to be mapped to smart data models
Direct link http://bit.ly/open_session to the session minutes. You can book your 5 minutes slot there
First call here.
Open Session. Smart Data Models
Monday, May 17 · 14:00 – 14:30
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/mds-qdbx-amx
Or dial: (ES) +34 872 55 91 43 PIN: 709 176 120#
More phone numbers: https://tel.meet/mds-qdbx-amx?pin=3039847950766
Now there is a specification translated into German available for all data models in the initiative. so it becomes official like French one and Spanish.
The translation is made automatically but it seems to be good enough.
In the README of every data model now there is a new line in the Dynamic examples section, under the text
“Link to the Generator of NGSI-LD keyvalues payloads compliant with this data model. Refresh for new values”
The link provides an example of a NGSI keyvalues payload with values compliant with the data types of this smart data model but generated randomly (so it does not look like static examples which actually are coming from real examples)
There is a new service for users, which is the ability to generate an example payload compliant with a specific data model in key values format. Previously it was available the normalized format.
Options are located in the main menu (Generate NGSI examples)
We have drafted the publication process for new data models and for updates.
It’s the first page of the contribution manual and every box (not in this image) has links to the tools/resources to be used.
Hopefully, it will be more straightforward to be understood.
The 5 data models of social media subject have been updated to ensure compatibility with other data models.
- SMAnalysis. This entity contains a harmonized description of a generic SMAnalysis made for the Social Media domain. This entity is primarily associated with the process of analysis of Social Media applications’ posts.
- SMCollection. This entity contains a harmonized description of a generic SMCollection made for the Social Media domain. This entity is primarily associated with the process of collection of Social Media posts (primarily Twitter).
- SMPost. This entity contains a harmonized description of a generic SMPost made for the Social Media domain.
- SMRefLocation. This entity contains a harmonized description of a generic SM Reference Location (SMRefLocation) made for the Social Media domain.
- SMUser. This entity contains a harmonized description of a generic SMUser made for the Social Media domain. This entity is primarily associated with the description of a user of Social Media applications.
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.
The multimedia subject, belonging to the cross-sector domain, has been created with this data model:
MediaEvent. Base for all events raised by elements in the media server.
This model works with the components media server and kurento. Kurento Generic Enabler enables real-time processing of media streams supporting the transformation of video cameras into sensors as well as the incorporation of advanced application functions (integrated audiovisual communications, augmented reality, flexible media playing and recording, etc)