Namespace

The namespace for Leap2 from 2016 onwards is http://www.cetis.org.uk/leap2/terms/ and that lands here on this index page.

The conventional namespace abbreviation is leap2:

Table of Leap2 terms

This page is informative of the terms used in the leap2: namespace.
Along with leap2: terms, other terms from Atom used for Leap2A are listed.

For documentation on the use of the terms in Leap2A, please click on the link in the leftmost column.

Terms used in Leap2A with leap2: as namespace (N) or as prefix (P)

Leap2A
link
  URI
link
type of term containing element degradation or more
general type or relation
notes
ability P uri item type rdf:type leap2:entry  
achievement P uri item type rdf:type leap2:entry  
activetime N uri literal element atom:entry append to content  
activity P uri item type rdf:type leap2:entry  
addressline N uri literal element leap2:spatial append to spatial  
affiliation P uri item type rdf:type leap2:entry  
attended_by P uri relationship atom:link leap2:supported_by  
attends P uri relationship atom:link leap2:supports  
country N uri literal element leap2:spatial append to spatial  
countrycode N uri attribute leap2:country append to spatial  
date N uri literal element atom:entry append to content  
display_order N uri attribute atom:link append to content  
entry P uri item type rdf:type   see Atom
field N uri attribute leap2:persondata; etc. append to content  
has_agenda P uri relationship atom:link leap2:supported_by  
has_evidence P uri relationship atom:link leap2:supported_by  
has_outcome P uri relationship atom:link leap2:supports  
has_part P uri relationship atom:link leap2:relation  
has reply P uri relationship atom:link leap2:relation see Atom
in_reply_to P uri relationship atom:entry leap2:relation see Atom
is_agenda_of P uri relationship atom:link leap2:supports  
is_evidence_of P uri relationship atom:link leap2:relation  
is_outcome_of P uri relationship atom:link leap2:supported_by  
is_part_of P uri relationship atom:link leap2:relation  
label N uri attribute leap2:persondata; etc. append to content see Atom
meeting P uri item type rdf:type leap2:activity  
myrole N uri literal element atom:entry append to content  
organization P uri item type rdf:type leap2:entry  
orgdata N uri blank node atom:entry(organization) append to content  
person P uri item type rdf:type leap2:entry  
persondata N uri blank node atom:entry(person) append to content  
plan P uri item type rdf:type leap2:entry  
point N uri attribute leap2:date append to date label  
postcode N uri literal element leap2:spatial append to spatial  
publication P uri item type rdf:type leap2:resource  
reflected_on_by P uri relationship atom:link leap2:relation  
reflects_on P uri relationship atom:link leap2:relation  
relation P uri relationship atom:link append link to content see Atom
resource P uri item type rdf:type leap2:entry  
roleid N uri literal element atom:entry append to content  
selection P uri item type rdf:type leap2:entry  
service N uri attribute leap2:persondata; etc. append to content  
spatial N uri literal element atom:entry append to content  
stage N uri attribute leap2:status append to content  
status N uri literal element atom:entry append to content  
supported_by P uri relationship atom:link leap2:relation  
supports P uri relationship atom:link leap2:relation  
version N uri literal element atom:feed append to atom:subtitle  
when_added N uri attribute atom:link (part) append to content  

Terms from Atom and other specifications

These terms are used in Leap2A and understood as within the source spec.

Leap2A type of term source containing element notes
alternate relationship atom atom:link  
author blank node atom atom:feed,entry  
category element atom atom:entry  
content element atom atom:entry  
contributor blank node atom atom:feed,entry  
email literal element atom atom:author,contributor  
enclosure relationship atom atom:link  
entry element atom atom:feed see leap2
feed element atom    
in-reply-to relationship thr atom:entry see leap2
license relationship atom atom:link  
replies relationship atom atom:link see leap2
id literal element atom atom:feed,entry  
issued literal element dcterms atom:entry(publication)  
label attribute atom atom:category see leap2
link element atom atom:entry  
name literal element atom atom:author,contributor  
published literal element atom atom:entry  
resource attribute rdf rdf:type  
rights literal element atom atom:entry  
scheme attribute atom atom:category  
self relationship atom atom:link  
summary literal element atom atom:entry  
term attribute atom atom:category  
title literal element atom atom:feed,entry  
type attribute atom atom:content,summary,title  
type attribute atom atom:link  
type element rdf atom:entry  
updated literal element atom atom:feed,entry  
uri element atom atom:author,contributor  

Glossary for types of term in Leap2A

attribute
An attribute appears within its containing element, and can take values particular to that attribute selected from:
  • an integer
  • a term from a vocabulary
  • a date in ISO format
  • a URI or CURIE
  • a system-generated label
Attributes are generally documented along with the elements that contain them.
Several are documented alongside literals as extra attributes.
leap2: is used as a namespace.
blank node
A blank node is an element containing other elements, but no text nodes, and it is not referred to.
leap2: is used as a namespace.
item type
A item type is represented as a URI or CURIE in the rdf:resource attribute of rdf:type
Item types are listed in the types page.
leap2: is used as a prefix.
literal element
A literal element appears within its containing element, and has a textual value for display.
It may also have attributes. Most literal elements are listed in the literals page.
leap2: is used as a namespace.
relationship
A relationship is normally represented as a URI or CURIE in the rel attribute of atom:link
Relationships are listed in the relationships page.
leap2: is used as a prefix.

See also