[Open-Legislation] European Legislation Identifier (ELI)
augusto.herrmann at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 17:31:41 UTC 2012
don't you think shouldn't be considered some form of compatibility with or
canonical transformation for the urn:lex scheme already used in some
European countries (e.g. Italy)?
BTW, this URN scheme has also been, for some time, used officially for
identifying Brazilian legislation.
On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 2:21 PM, John Levin <john at anterotesis.com> wrote:
> Found more information relating to this at:
> On 16/09/2012 10:09, Ronny Patz wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> not sure whether anyone of you is following this, but the EU Council of
>> Ministers is about to create a "European Legislation Identifier (ELI)"
>> which is "aimed at providing a flexible and unique way to reference
>> legislation across different legal systems and paving the way for a
>> semantic web of Legal Gazettes and Official Journals."
>> The exact details documenting the ELI are not available yet as far as I
>> can see, but the decision to create it is public:
>> Ronny Patz
>> EU Communications & Policy Officer
>> Transparency International
>> Liaison Office to the EU
>> Rue Breydel 40, B-1040 Brussels, Belgium
>> EU Transparency Register N° 501222919-71
>> T. + 32 (0) 2 23 58 640
>> E. rpatz at transparency.org
>> Twitter: @ti_eu | @ronpatz
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