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wts:Guide
 
wts:Guide
 
  a rdfs:Class ;
 
  a rdfs:Class ;
  rdf:ID "Guide" ;
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  rdf:label "Guide" ;
 
  rdfs:comment "A travel guide describing a particular location, including places to eat and sleep, nightlife, and things to do and see in the location. Typically a travel guide also includes some light history and description of the location appropriate for a traveler." ;
 
  rdfs:comment "A travel guide describing a particular location, including places to eat and sleep, nightlife, and things to do and see in the location. Typically a travel guide also includes some light history and description of the location appropriate for a traveler." ;
 
  rdfs:subClassOf dcmitype:Text .
 
  rdfs:subClassOf dcmitype:Text .
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wts:TravelTopic
 
wts:TravelTopic
 
  a rdfs:Class ;
 
  a rdfs:Class ;
  rdf:ID "TravelTopic" ;
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  rdf:label "TravelTopic" ;
 
  rdfs:comment "An essay or instructional document about a particular topic pertinent to travelers." ;
 
  rdfs:comment "An essay or instructional document about a particular topic pertinent to travelers." ;
 
  rdfs:subClassOf dcmitype:Text .
 
  rdfs:subClassOf dcmitype:Text .
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wts:Itinerary
 
wts:Itinerary
 
  a rdfs:Class ;
 
  a rdfs:Class ;
  rdf:ID "Itinerary" ;
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  rdf:label "Itinerary" ;
 
  rdfs:comment "A temporal description for things to see in a particular location or for a trip from point A to point B. Whereas a guide will give descriptions of things to do and see in a location, an itinerary will give specific durations and order for seeing and doing them." ;
 
  rdfs:comment "A temporal description for things to see in a particular location or for a trip from point A to point B. Whereas a guide will give descriptions of things to do and see in a location, an itinerary will give specific durations and order for seeing and doing them." ;
 
  rdfs:subClassOf dcmitype:Text .
 
  rdfs:subClassOf dcmitype:Text .
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wts:Phrasebook
 
wts:Phrasebook
 
  a rdfs:Class ;
 
  a rdfs:Class ;
  rdf:ID "Phrasebook" ;
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  rdf:label "Phrasebook" ;
 
  rdfs:comment "A brief introduction to a language, including a gloss of the grammar and pronunciation of the language, and a list of phrases in the language with translations in the 'host' language. A phrasebook typically does not teach grammar rules in details, but prepares the reader to deal with constrained situations (like travel) with rote memorization of key phrases applicable to the domain." ;
 
  rdfs:comment "A brief introduction to a language, including a gloss of the grammar and pronunciation of the language, and a list of phrases in the language with translations in the 'host' language. A phrasebook typically does not teach grammar rules in details, but prepares the reader to deal with constrained situations (like travel) with rote memorization of key phrases applicable to the domain." ;
 
  rdfs:subClassOf dcmitype:Text .
 
  rdfs:subClassOf dcmitype:Text .
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wts:hasDocent
 
wts:hasDocent
 
   a rdfs:Property ;
 
   a rdfs:Property ;
   rdf:ID "hasDocent" ;
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   rdf:label "hasDocent" ;
 
   rdfs:comment "A docent is a person who's volunteered to answer questions about a place." .
 
   rdfs:comment "A docent is a person who's volunteered to answer questions about a place." .
  
 
wts:stage
 
wts:stage
 
   a rdfs:Property ;
 
   a rdfs:Property ;
   rdf:ID "stage" ;
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   rdf:label "stage" ;
 
   rdfs:comment "Stage of development of the article, also known as article status. Five-level home-brewed system used by Wikitravel." .
 
   rdfs:comment "Stage of development of the article, also known as article status. Five-level home-brewed system used by Wikitravel." .
  
 
wts:Stage
 
wts:Stage
 
   a rdfs:Class ;
 
   a rdfs:Class ;
   rdf:ID "Stage" ;
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   rdf:label "Stage" ;
 
   rdfs:comment "A stage of development of articles" .
 
   rdfs:comment "A stage of development of articles" .
  
 
wts:Stub
 
wts:Stub
 
   a wts:Stage ;
 
   a wts:Stage ;
   rdf:ID "Stub" ;
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   rdf:label "Stub" ;
 
   rdfs:comment "An article with little or no information in it, or not formatted even close to the manual of style. An article with no template or a former copyright violation would have this status." .
 
   rdfs:comment "An article with little or no information in it, or not formatted even close to the manual of style. An article with no template or a former copyright violation would have this status." .
  
 
wts:Outline
 
wts:Outline
 
   a wts:Stage ;
 
   a wts:Stage ;
   rdf:ID "Outline" ;
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   rdf:label "Outline" ;
 
   rdfs:comment "Has at least an introduction and a template outline laid out for the article, but not much more. Some of the sections may have content, but others are empty. You can tell what this article is going to be about, but it doesn't have enough information to be useful (e.g. get you to a destination and keep you alive there)." .
 
   rdfs:comment "Has at least an introduction and a template outline laid out for the article, but not much more. Some of the sections may have content, but others are empty. You can tell what this article is going to be about, but it doesn't have enough information to be useful (e.g. get you to a destination and keep you alive there)." .
  
 
wts:Usable
 
wts:Usable
 
   a wts:Stage ;
 
   a wts:Stage ;
   rdf:ID "Usable" ;
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   rdf:label "Usable" ;
 
   rdfs:comment "An adventurous person could use the article without recourse to other information sources. For most articles, this means they could probably get to the destination, eat, and sleep with just this information. It would probably enable them to find at least the most prominent attraction there." .
 
   rdfs:comment "An adventurous person could use the article without recourse to other information sources. For most articles, this means they could probably get to the destination, eat, and sleep with just this information. It would probably enable them to find at least the most prominent attraction there." .
  
 
wts:GuideStage
 
wts:GuideStage
 
   a wts:Stage ;
 
   a wts:Stage ;
   rdf:ID "GuideStage" ;
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   rdf:label "GuideStage" ;
 
   rdfs:comment "The article would be helpful for the average traveler, such as offering alternatives for where to stay and eat, what to see and do, how to get in and out, etc. and provide enough information for at least a few days there. But at least a few things are missing to make this a star article. It follows the manual of style in spirit if not in detail." .
 
   rdfs:comment "The article would be helpful for the average traveler, such as offering alternatives for where to stay and eat, what to see and do, how to get in and out, etc. and provide enough information for at least a few days there. But at least a few things are missing to make this a star article. It follows the manual of style in spirit if not in detail." .
  
 
wts:Star
 
wts:Star
 
   a wts:Stage ;
 
   a wts:Stage ;
   rdf:ID "Star" ;
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   rdf:label "Star" ;
 
   rdfs:comment "The article is essentially complete. It meets all of the above criteria. It follows the manual of style exactly or is the exception that proves the rule. Prose is not only near-perfect grammatically but also tight, effective, and enjoyable. It has appropriate illustrations, such as photos and a map. Enough breadth and depth of material is presented that anyone familiar with the subject of the article would have little to point out as absent. Future changes to this kind of article would reflect changes in the subject (e.g. a museum closes, a hotel price changes, a new airport is built) more than they'd require improvements in the coverage." .
 
   rdfs:comment "The article is essentially complete. It meets all of the above criteria. It follows the manual of style exactly or is the exception that proves the rule. Prose is not only near-perfect grammatically but also tight, effective, and enjoyable. It has appropriate illustrations, such as photos and a map. Enough breadth and depth of material is presented that anyone familiar with the subject of the article would have little to point out as absent. Future changes to this kind of article would reflect changes in the subject (e.g. a museum closes, a hotel price changes, a new airport is built) more than they'd require improvements in the coverage." .
  
 
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