Re: [Ecrit] Expert Reviewer's response to request to register 'country-specific' in 'sos' Subservice Registry in the Service URN Labels group

Brian Rosen <br@salsgiver.com> Thu, 17 November 2016 04:50 UTC

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>> My suggestion is to create the sub registry for police, have the "a" levels as initial values, and allow additional values to be added with expert review.
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> Since you've identified cases that don't fit well into the "a" levels, as long as we don't expect a large number of such police subservices to be registered, I'd suggest using the descriptive names instead.  (E.g., "police.municipal", "police.tourist", maybe "police.FBI" or "police.DEA".
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How would you suggest we handle multiple names for the same “level”.  An easy example is “State Police” vs “Provincial Police”.  These are the same A1 level.  You can have “County”, or “Borough” or “Regional” for A2.  You can have “City” or “Municipal” or “Local” or … for A3.

Do we have separate listings (they are cheap, but we really want to be able to differentiate easily.

Brian