[rdfweb-dev] RDF examples/schemas for describing concerts, performances, etc

Libby Miller Libby.Miller at bristol.ac.uk
Fri May 7 08:16:39 UTC 2004

hi Graham

The skical vocabulary is probably the closest to what you want, however
the site seems to be down, so all that's available is


I've cc'd Par and Greg - perhaps one of them has a copy of the internet



On Thu, 6 May 2004, Graham Klyne wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm looking for some examples of schema and data used to describe concerts
> and other kinds of performance or entertainment event.  I have an idea that
> someone on this list is doing something like this, but a dig around with
> Google and scanning the ESW Wiki hasn't shown me quite what I'm looking for.
> I would expect that the data would incorporate a combination of:
>    calendaring/event data (when)
>    geo/positioning (where)
>    music and/or theatrical and/or artistic information (what)
>    FOAF or similar to describe performers (who)
>    booking information (how [1])
>    travel information (how [2])
>    RSS or similar for links to reviews (why?)
> and maybe more...
> Does anyone know if there is anything out there that tackles any of
> this?  I'm aware of the iCalendar vocabulary work, some Geo work described
> in the ESW Wiki, some music-specific vocabularies by Kanzaki, FOAF, RSS,
> etc.  My question is aimed more at the more event-specific vocabularies,
> and practical considerations of using the different voabularies all together.
> (I also found a couple of "nearby" ideas, like danbri's "opening hours"
> usecase, and a conference ontology.  I also just discovered mention of work
> related to TV listings [2].)
> (In drafting this, I'm wondering if what I'm looking for is some collection
> of terms that mesh nicely with Danny Ayer's W6 vocabulary [1]?)
> #g
> --
> [1] http://ideagraph.net/xmlns/ibis/w6/
>      http://www.schemaweb.info/schema/SchemaDetails.aspx?id=154
> [2] http://www.hackdiary.com/archives/000038.html
> ------------
> Graham Klyne
> For email:
> http://www.ninebynine.org/#Contact
> _______________________________________________
> rdfweb-dev mailing list
> rdfweb-dev at vapours.rdfweb.org
> wiki: http://rdfweb.org/topic/FoafProject
> http://rdfweb.org/mailman/listinfo/rdfweb-dev

More information about the foaf-dev mailing list