[open-linguistics] Inclusion of 'non-open' resources in the LLOD cloud diagram
Víctor Rodríguez Doncel
vrodriguez at fi.upm.es
Mon Sep 7 14:47:57 UTC 2015
Thanks for posting this relevant question.
As a collection I would love to see it as inclusive as possible.
Please do remind that the O in LLOD can also be interpreted as "Open
Standards" rather than "Open Data". Which is the rationale behind
excluding valuable Linked Data resources?
Also, having non-free resources empowers the value of free-resources
---the more resources in the cloud the higher the value of each of them
separatedly. A partially commercial LLOD matches the web in general
--which is also partially commercial.
El 07/09/2015 a las 16:36, John P. McCrae escribió:
> Dear OWLG group,
> During the last telco there was some discussion about 'non-open'
> resources in the LLOD cloud and I wanted to raise the main issues on
> the mailing list for discussion.
> For reference, please see the cloud here and view it 'by licence':
> 1. Up until now we have allowed a small number of 'closed' resources
> into the LLOD cloud diagram although they do not have an open license.
> Currently, there are four resources that are included with a closed
> license, and as they are not referred to by other datasets I propose
> we remove them.
> 2. There are a number of resources with restrictive licenses like
> CC-BY-NC and CC-BY-SA. In the interest of showing a wide acceptance of
> resources in the LLOD community, I move we continue to accept any CC
> (or equivalent) licensed resource as 'open.' Should we add a
> particular visual indicator to these resources in future version of
> the cloud?
> 3. Some resources do not have a license in the metadata. From the next
> version of the diagram I propose they are not included in the diagram,
> this affects: PDEV-lemon, GOLD, CLLD-GLOTTOLOG, Zhishi.me, DBpedia-de
> and xLiD-Lexica. (Affected parties please add a license to the record
> on http://datahub.io)
> 4. A particular point of interest was raised about BabelNet in the
> last telco, in particular to recent changes, such as no longer
> offering direct download of the whole up-to-date dataset. The criteria
> for inclusion in the LLOD cloud are given here
> and as BabelNet offers SPARQL access it still qualifies for inclusion
> in the LLOD cloud. Assuming we are not changing the guidelines I see
> no reason to remove BabelNet from the LLOD cloud.
> I welcome any comments or counter-arguments to these proposals.
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