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Suggest check the imminent (January 23rd 2015) final publication of the INSPIRE recommended codelist URI values

Tim Duffy
By Tim Duffy Replies (8)

You may have seen the following email from Chris Schubert of JRC or you may not have - still time to check the registry entries according to the URL links in the message ( see html widget' INSPIRE recommended codelists for each Data Specification TG published for final checking' below also):

Dear colleagues,

Yesterday JRC published a new release candidate of the INSPIRE Registry software with the long expected publication of complete code lists and code list values for INSPIRE in additional formats like RDF, CSV and ISO 19135 based XML.

The release candidate of the INSPIRE registry service is available for testing until 23 January 2015. Please use this opportunity, especially for INSPIRE Mineral Resources Theme and the revisions based on WP5 results within Minerals4EU.

 

Release candidate service link: http://inspire-regadmin.jrc.ec.europa.eu/release-candidate/registry or http://inspire-regadmin.jrc.ec.europa.eu/release-candidate/codelist/

 

More information and instructions for testing of the 5th release for the INSPIRE registers is available here

https://ies-svn.jrc.ec.europa.eu/projects/registry-development/wiki

 

There, you will find also a nice data management component, for submitting new proposals, trnslations and improvements, as new software development (https://inspire-regadmin.jrc.ec.europa.eu/inspire-regadmin-sandbox/)

By the way the whole software package, called Re3gistry is an open source tool and could be installed and run for own purposes to set up registers.

To participate on the testing you have to be registered, for more details or needed support do not hesitate to contact us.

Best wishes and a relaxing break

Chris Schubert

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CHRIS SCHUBERT

Scientific / Technical Project Officer

  • Tim Duffy

    A 4th November update on the checking of these codelists and some current proposals to the MIG-T to approve 18 'typographic inconsistency' URI update recommendations, has been placed on the topic page free html widget below entitled:" INSPIRE recommended codelists for each Data Specification TG published on INSPIRE registry 20/05/2015".

    These suggested changes are recommended by  the work of 4 GSO's that must implement INSPIRE and another 4 GSO's involved with the CGI/ICS vocabularies.

    Tim Duffy (BGS), Geology collaboration platform facilitator.

  • Aurete PEREIRA

    By Aurete PEREIRA

    Sorry, but I can't find that page...

  • Aurete PEREIRA

    By Aurete PEREIRA

    Got it!

    Thank you.

  • Tomas LINDBERG

    By Tomas LINDBERG

    Sorry, I still don't get it...where is that page?

  • Tim Duffy

    Sorry Tomas but experience has shown we can't put conclusions and recommendations within these intermingled discussion lists but they should be placed on the relevant summary page or 'free html widget' page which is the platform official  name for this page. I think the confusion was because I used the word 'below' in the generic sense.. if you go to Geology home page - just below to right of the Group discussion topics are two such summary widgets - the first has that title "INSPIRE recommended codelists for each Data Specification TG published on INSPIRE registry 20/05/2015".

    Got It?

    Ciao

    Tim

  • Tomas LINDBERG

    By Tomas LINDBERG

    Finally got itsmiley

    Thanks!

  • Per RYGHAUG

    Dear Colleges.

    To be able to use the INSPIRE/CGI code lists in an efficient way I need to implement them in our national SVN Enterprise Architect register. I have implemented the Geology core models into our Norwegian SVN-register along with the National model elements as subtypes to be able to produce revised Norwegian feature catalogues and product specifications.

    The latest UML models in the INSPIRE site, Geology.xsd, is dated 2012-09-03, and do not contain any code values in the code lists. Will the INSPIRE data specification site be updated in the near future with the new code list from the CGI work, or have any of you made a EA-implementation code lists based on the INSPIRE register?  

    Best regards

    Per

     

  • James PASSMORE
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