VOResource 1.1 RFC
baptiste.cecconi at obspm.fr
Thu Jun 8 10:32:55 CEST 2017
> Le 8 juin 2017 à 09:48, Markus Demleitner <msdemlei at ari.uni-heidelberg.de> a écrit :
> Hi Baptiste,
> On Thu, Jun 08, 2017 at 12:02:41AM +0200, Baptiste Cecconi wrote:
>>> On Wed, Jun 07, 2017 at 05:30:38PM +0200, Baptiste Cecconi wrote:
>>>> The Creator and Contact of VOResource elements both include an
>>>> ivo-id attribute to be used for referring to contact/creator
>>>> details already declared in the registry. This is also present in
>>>> the VOEvent data model and it could be useful in many other cases.
>> I've posted a few links in the TDIG discussion page of last interop in Shanghai:
>> http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/InterOpMay2017-TD-001 <http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/InterOpMay2017-TD-001>
> Ah -- you make an interesting point on that page: "refer to ORCID".
> Which made me wonder: what would author identifiers in the VO
> Registry do that ORCID can't? And can't that perhaps fixed in ORCID?
> My take always is that fewer identifier types are better -- and when
> we're confident ORCIDs will work for our use cases, we could even
> deprecate ivo-id on creator and contributor…
> Note that with VOResource 1.1, curation/creator already has
> altIdentifier, which you can use to put ORCIDs in (contributor
> doesn't though, since at the Sydney and Cape Town interops, there was
> zero interest in having that; this could still be changed).
> -- Markus
Indeed ORCID could do it for persons.
I will try to use use the existing altIdentifier attribute to refer to orc-id and spase-id.
I would need it for all elements that could be a person/party, so having it back on contributor would be needed.
However, when the contact/contributor/creator is a team or an organizing, we should use the ivo-id.
I'll see on real-life examples and come back to you.
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