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tied down the verbs

[edit] 1 Scheme for giving credit in academic media

  • presenter
  • lecturer
  • moderator
  • mc (master of ceremonies, who introduces and/or proposes vote of thanks)
  • interviewer
  • interviewee
  • creator
  • publisher


The scheme should not replicate roles available here http://www.ebu.ch/en/technical/metadata/specifications/role_codes.php unless the meaning of the term is different. E.g. producer is an EBU code, and should not be replicated in http://purl.org/steeple/credit with the same meaning.

[edit] 2 Notes

For more details on the use of this scheme, see http://purl.org/steeple/media:credit.

One of the key things missing from rss/atom is a description of people appearing in the video, appropriate for academic contexts. The closet we can get to re-using existing structures is to use the media:credit construct, with a new scheme.

  • Human-readable versions of credits/roles: FORMAT: HON_TITLES FIRSTNAMES MIDDLENAMES LASTNAMES (ADDITIONAL INFO)
<media:credit role="presenter" scheme="http://purl.org/steeple/credit">Prof. Dr. A. B. C. Smith-Jones (University of Oxford)</media:credit>
<media:credit role="presenter" scheme="http://purl.org/steeple/credit">Prof. Dr. D. E. F. Taylor (University of Cambridge)</media:credit>
<media:credit role="interviewer" scheme="http://purl.org/steeple/credit"></media:credit>
<media:credit role="creator" scheme="http://purl.org/steeple/credit"></media:credit>

Note that <author> is not used by the aggregator, because it's ambivalent.

<author>Not Used</author>