Made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
To validate is to compute, so indexing metadata for past validation events and caching any detailed payloads can save time and effort.
Given a fip:Metadata-schema and a validator for it, such as a sh:Validator or a JSON Schema, how do you determine that the validator is…valid?
What conveys that data has been validated or is yet to be validated?
This week on Machine-Centric Science, I interviewed Martynas Jusevičius, currently at AtomGraph and based in Copenhagen, Denmark.