I was hoping to have time to give some more detailed feedback, but I
haven't - so I'll just make a couple of comments here.
I think showcase examples such as this are really valuable and useful.
I do think that this particular example highlights, at least to me,
some of the issues that need to be considered when using archives in
combination with "traditional" version control systems. For example,
in this example I think it would be preferable to use git submodules
to embed the CellML model into your repository, having the direct link
to the source repository is useful and allows you to capture any
change in the particular revision of the source model that you link
to. I'm also not sure how much value there is in having a bunch of
"modified" entries in the metadata.rdf file - particularly since there
is no information other than the date and which file changed. I think
it is more valuable to have collections of changes which describe all
the files modified at a given time or for a given purpose and any
comments as to why they were changed - i.e., the git changeset from
the repository, in this example. But whether you store those changes
in the metadata file, the git repository, or duplicate the information
in both - who knows! :)
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