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Merge branch 'lido1.1-pc-release-07-12-20' into 'master'

release lido 1.1 public beta

See merge request lido/development!71
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Its strength lies in its ability to support the typical range of descriptive information about objects of material culture.
It can be used for all kinds of object, e.g. art, cultural, technology and natural science and supports multilingual portal environments.</p>
<p>The LIDO schema is the result of a substantial redesign and enhancement of the CDWA Lite and museumdat schemas based on recommendations of the CDWA Lite/museumdat Working Group, community feedback and further CIDOC-CRM analysis. It includes additional concepts to meet SPECTRUM requirements.
For the full history of LIDO developments refer to http://www.lido-schema.org/schema/v1.0/lido-v1.0-specification.pdf, 2.3 History of the schema.</p>
<p>The LIDO schema is the result of a substantial redesign and enhancement of the CDWA Lite and museumdat schemas based on recommendations of the CDWA Lite/museumdat Working Group, community feedback and further CIDOC-CRM analysis. It mainly builds on CDWA and includes additional concepts to meet SPECTRUM requirements.</p>
<p>LIDO v1.1 further develops and is backwards compatible with LIDO v1.0.<br/>
For most recent information on LIDO please refer to: http://www.lido-schema.org</p>
<p>For more information on LIDO please refer to: http://www.lido-schema.org</p>
<p>The schema is developed at https://gitlab.gwdg.de/lido/development. LIDO v1.1 is backwards compatible with LIDO v1.0.
For a summary of changes please refer to the repository’s README. The full history of LIDO can be found in http://www.lido-schema.org/schema/v1.0/lido-v1.0-specification.pdf, 2.3 History of the schema.</p>
<p>Prepared for CIDOC LIDO Working Group by LIDO-DE Working Group.</p>
<p>Editors: Erin Coburn, Jutta Lindenthal, Gordon McKenna (Collections Trust), Richard Light, Regine Stein (G&#246;ttingen State and University Library), Michelle Weidling (G&#246;ttingen State and University Library), Axel Vitzthum (digiCULT Verbund e.G.)
</p>
<p>Contributors: Detlev Balzer, Regine Heuchert (Technoseum), Angela Kailus (Deutsches Dokumentationszentrum für Kunstgeschichte - Bildarchiv Foto Marburg), Herdis Kley, Marco Klindt (Zuse Institute Berlin), Markus Matoni (G&#246;ttingen State and University Library), Timo Schleier (Göttingen State and University Library), Francesca Schulze (German National Library), Martin Stricker (Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik).
<p>Contributors: Detlev Balzer, Regine Heuchert (Technoseum), Angela Kailus (Deutsches Dokumentationszentrum für Kunstgeschichte - Bildarchiv Foto Marburg), Herdis Kley (Freien Universit&#228;t Berlin), Marco Klindt (Zuse Institute Berlin), Markus Matoni (G&#246;ttingen State and University Library), Timo Schleier (G&#246;ttingen State and University Library), Francesca Schulze (German National Library), Martin Stricker (Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik).
</p>
<p>LIDO name and logo courtesy Rob Lancefield.</p>
<p>Copyright 2009-2020 ICOM-CIDOC for the LIDO Working Group.</p>
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<xs:import namespace="http://www.opengis.net/gml"
schemaLocation="http://schemas.opengis.net/gml/3.1.1/base/gml.xsd"/>
<xs:import namespace="http://www.lido-schema.org/quality-assurance"
schemaLocation="http://www.lido-schema.org/schema/v1.1/lido-v1.1-schematron-rules.xsd"/>
schemaLocation="http://www.lido-schema.org/schema/v1.1/lido-v1.1-public-beta-schematron-rules.xsd"/>
<xs:annotation>
<xs:appinfo>
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Its strength lies in its ability to support the typical range of descriptive information about objects of material culture.
It can be used for all kinds of object, e.g. art, cultural, technology and natural science and supports multilingual portal environments.</p>
<p>The LIDO schema is the result of a substantial redesign and enhancement of the CDWA Lite and museumdat schemas based on recommendations of the CDWA Lite/museumdat Working Group, community feedback and further CIDOC-CRM analysis. It includes additional concepts to meet SPECTRUM requirements.
For the full history of LIDO developments refer to http://www.lido-schema.org/schema/v1.0/lido-v1.0-specification.pdf, 2.3 History of the schema.</p>
<p>The LIDO schema is the result of a substantial redesign and enhancement of the CDWA Lite and museumdat schemas based on recommendations of the CDWA Lite/museumdat Working Group, community feedback and further CIDOC-CRM analysis. It mainly builds on CDWA and includes additional concepts to meet SPECTRUM requirements.</p>
<p>LIDO v1.1 further develops and is backwards compatible with LIDO v1.0.<br/>
For most recent information on LIDO please refer to: http://www.lido-schema.org</p>
<p>For more information on LIDO please refer to: http://www.lido-schema.org</p>
<p>The schema is developed at https://gitlab.gwdg.de/lido/development. LIDO v1.1 is backwards compatible with LIDO v1.0.
For a summary of changes please refer to the repository’s README. The full history of LIDO can be found in http://www.lido-schema.org/schema/v1.0/lido-v1.0-specification.pdf, 2.3 History of the schema.</p>
<p>Prepared for CIDOC LIDO Working Group by LIDO-DE Working Group.</p>
<p>Editors: Erin Coburn, Jutta Lindenthal, Gordon McKenna (Collections Trust), Richard Light, Regine Stein (G&#246;ttingen State and University Library), Michelle Weidling (G&#246;ttingen State and University Library), Axel Vitzthum (digiCULT Verbund e.G.)
</p>
<p>Contributors: Detlev Balzer, Regine Heuchert (Technoseum), Angela Kailus (Deutsches Dokumentationszentrum für Kunstgeschichte - Bildarchiv Foto Marburg), Herdis Kley, Marco Klindt (Zuse Institute Berlin), Markus Matoni (G&#246;ttingen State and University Library), Timo Schleier (Göttingen State and University Library), Francesca Schulze (German National Library), Martin Stricker (Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik).
<p>Contributors: Detlev Balzer, Regine Heuchert (Technoseum), Angela Kailus (Deutsches Dokumentationszentrum für Kunstgeschichte - Bildarchiv Foto Marburg), Herdis Kley (Freien Universit&#228;t Berlin), Marco Klindt (Zuse Institute Berlin), Markus Matoni (G&#246;ttingen State and University Library), Timo Schleier (G&#246;ttingen State and University Library), Francesca Schulze (German National Library), Martin Stricker (Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik).
</p>
<p>LIDO name and logo courtesy Rob Lancefield.</p>
<p>Copyright 2009-2020 ICOM-CIDOC for the LIDO Working Group.</p>
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