[Volute] r3658 - trunk/projects/registry/StandardsRegExt/samples

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Fri Oct 21 10:30:10 CEST 2016


Author: msdemlei
Date: Fri Oct 21 10:30:09 2016
New Revision: 3658

Log:
Adding a VODataService registry record.

Added:
   trunk/projects/registry/StandardsRegExt/samples/VODataService.vor
      - copied, changed from r3657, trunk/projects/ivoapub/ivoatex/stdrec-template.xml

Copied and modified: trunk/projects/registry/StandardsRegExt/samples/VODataService.vor (from r3657, trunk/projects/ivoapub/ivoatex/stdrec-template.xml)
==============================================================================
--- trunk/projects/ivoapub/ivoatex/stdrec-template.xml	Fri Oct 21 09:45:33 2016	(r3657, copy source)
+++ trunk/projects/registry/StandardsRegExt/samples/VODataService.vor	Fri Oct 21 10:30:09 2016	(r3658)
@@ -1,20 +1,7 @@
-<!-- A template for a registry record for a standard.
-
-See http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/WriteAStandardsRecord
-for the why and what of this.
-
-It is hoped that the embedded comments will guide you to producing
-a correct and semantically useful registry record.
-
-You will need to change everything marked with ####
--->
-
-<!-- initially, set created and updated to (roughly) UTC of now.
-change updated whenever you re-upload this record. -->
 <ri:Resource 
 	xsi:type="vstd:Standard" 
-	created="####" 
-	updated="####"
+	created="2016-10-21T08:20:00Z" 
+	updated="2016-10-21T08:20:00Z" 
 	status="active"
 	xmlns:vr="http://www.ivoa.net/xml/VOResource/v1.0" 
 	xmlns:vstd="http://www.ivoa.net/xml/StandardsRegExt/v1.0" 
@@ -27,67 +14,80 @@
 	http://www.ivoa.net/xml/VOResource/v1.0
 		http://www.ivoa.net/xml/VOResource/v1.0">
 
-  <title>####</title> <!-- title as given on the standard's title page -->
-	<!-- put the "short name" of your standard after std/: -->
-  <identifier>ivo://ivoa.net/std/####</identifier> 
+  <title>VODataService: a VOResource Schema Extension for Describing Collections and Services</title>
+  <identifier>ivo://ivoa.net/std/VODataService</identifier>
   <curation>
     <publisher>IVOA</publisher>
 
-    <!-- author name(s), preferably in Last, I. form; one creator
-    element per author -->
     <creator>
-      <name>####</name>
+      <name>Plante, R.</name>
+    </creator>
+    <creator>
+      <name>Stébé, A.</name>
+    </creator>
+    <creator>
+      <name>Benson, K.</name>
+    </creator>
+    <creator>
+      <name>Dowler, P.</name>
+    </creator>
+    <creator>
+      <name>Graham, M.</name>
+    </creator>
+    <creator>
+      <name>Greene, G.</name>
     </creator>
     <creator>
-      <name>####</name>
+      <name>Harrison, P.</name>
+    </creator>
+    <creator>
+      <name>Lemson, G.</name>
+    </creator>
+    <creator>
+      <name>Linde, T.</name>
+    </creator>
+    <creator>
+      <name>Rixon, G.</name>
     </creator>
 
-		<!-- this should be the date of the last recommendation -->
-    <date role="update">####</date>
-    <version>####</version> <!-- the document version -->
+    <date role="update">2010-12-02</date>
+    <version>1.1</version>
     <contact>
-      <name>####</name> <!-- typcially, the name of the main WG/IG-->
-      <email>####</email> <!-- typically, the mailing list address -->
+      <name>IVOA Registry WG</name>
+      <email>registry at ivoa.net</email>
     </contact>
   </curation>
   <content>
     <subject>Virtual observatory</subject>
-    <!-- you can give further keywords, one per subject element;
-    use the IVOA thesaurus if possible:
-
-    http://www.ivoa.net/rdf/Vocabularies/vocabularies-20091007/IVOAT/IVOAT.html
-    -->
-    <subject>####</subject>
+    <subject>Registry</subject>
 
     <description>
-    	#### (your abstract; no markup here, please)
+VODataService refers to an XML encoding standard for a specialized extension of
+the IVOA Resource Metadata that is useful for describing data collections and
+the services that access them. It is defined as an extension of the core
+resource metadata encoding standard known as VOResource [Plante et al. 2008]
+using XML Schema. The specialized resource types defined by the VODataService
+schema allow one to describe how the data underlying the resource cover the sky
+as well as cover frequency and time. This coverage description leverages
+heavily the Space-Time Coordinates (STC) standard schema [Rots 2007].
+VODataService also enables detailed descriptions of tables that includes
+information useful to the discovery of tabular data. It is intended that the
+VODataService data types will be particularly useful in describing services
+that support standard IVOA service protocols.
     </description>
-    <referenceURL>#### (the generic landing page URL, e.g.
-    	http://ivoa.net/documents/SAMP/)</referenceURL>
+    <referenceURL>http://ivoa.net/documents/VODataService/</referenceURL>
     <type>Other</type>
   	<contentLevel>Research</contentLevel>
   </content>
 
-  <!-- Version(s) of the standard that should be used.  In general,
-  	you'll only have exactly one endorsedVersion with status="rec",
-  	but situations are imaginable where you have multiple endorsed
-  	versions, perhaps even with non-rec status (though you should probably
-  	ask the TCG before going there). -->
-  <endorsedVersion status="rec">####</endorsedVersion>
-
-	<!-- If your standard provides schema file(s), list their canonical
-		URL(s) here.  Only list the most recent versions. Otherwise, just
-		delete this element. -->
-	<schema>####</schema>
-
-	<!-- You can furthermore have as many key-value pairs as you want.
-		Service standard authors will need this to comply with Identifier 2.0's
-		recommendation for standardId 
-		(http://www.ivoa.net/documents/IVOAIdentifiers/20150709/PR-Identifiers-2.0-20150709.html#tth_sEc4.2) -->
-	<key>
-		<name>####</name>
-		<description>####
+  <endorsedVersion status="rec">1.1</endorsedVersion>
+
+	<schema namespace="http://www.ivoa.net/xml/VODataService/v1.1">
+		<location>http://ivoa.net/xml/VODataService/VODataService-v1.1.xsd</location>
+		<description>
+			A schema defining resource types for data and catalog services,
+			including table metadata.
 		</description>
-	</key>
+	</schema>
 
 </ri:Resource>


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