Schema Markup News Nov 27th, 2018

Newsletter

We’ve curated some of the big news surrounding Schema markup for the week to help you stay on top of changes and news:

Extending schema.org with Bioschemas

Bioschemas is a collection of specifications that provide guidelines to facilitate a more consistent adoption of schema.org markup within the life sciences.

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Cool URIs for the Semantic Web

URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers) are very important, providing both the core of the framework itself and the link between RDF and the Web. This document presents guidelines for their effective use.

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Building, and communicating, a knowledge graph in Zalando

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Wikipedia A/B testing schema.org/Article markup, including the use of Wikidata URIs for the value of sameAs

We wanted to let the Schema.org community know that we’re A/B testing the sameAs property on Wikipedia articles having a corresponding Wikidata entry. We’re running the test on most Wikipedias, including English Wikipedia.

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JSON-LD WG AT TPAC 2018

The JSON-LD WG was chartered in June, 2018 to specify the next iteration of JSON-LD syntax, API, and framing features.

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Google May Support Other Types of Structured Data if it’s Used by More Sites

Google’s John Mueller has revealed that the search engine may support additional structured data types depending on how many websites are using it.

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