In which vocabulary is the "solid:hasWebid" predicate defined?

i’ve looked at different Solid vocabs Solid Vocabularies | vocab , but i can’t find where the webid Class is defined . Is it a profile? or something like that ?

my goal is to add the webid of a contact to a vcard

<user> <vcard:Name> "Blop Mc Mok" .
<user><vcard:hasEmail> "swing@blop.boum" .
<user> ***<SOLID:hasWebId>*** <https://..../profile/card#me>

anyone got an idea ?

Intuitively I would write it inside of <user> (e.g. <https://..../profile/card#me> <vcard:Name> "Blop Mc Mok"). The first part of the triple is the subject, and I guess it makes sense to put the webId there

maybe … if you look at GitHub - solid/vocab: Solid vocabularies … or respective solid-terms.ttl in that repo …

[edit] not helpful, I see its only the repo of the io link you mentioned…

I’m creating an app for managing vcard contacts
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Each vcard is stored as a jsonld file on the same folder in the form of

I already have the subject (@id) and the object (the webid) but what property/predicate could I use to say ‘that vcard with that @id has a that webid’

{
@context: {vcard: http...},
@id: ...,
@type : 'vcard:Vcard',
'vcard:hasName': 'Mike Make',
'vcard:hasEmail': 'swing@plop.foo',
***'solid:hasWebid'***: 'https://spoggy.....card#me',
}

I would like to use something more specific that a simple vcard:hasURL to say ‘hey there is a solid Pod behind that URL, and there is some potential good thing to do exploring the data behind there,’
Another follow by nose like but from vcard style address book…

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My (non-authoritative) thoughts : You are a basically saying "there is a Record and the Record “has” a name and a webId. That isn’t how I see it. There is a Record about a Person (denoted by their WebId) who has a Name. There is no need to describe the relationship between a Person and their webID, as far as RDF the later is only a way of talking about the former.

How about something like this:

:record7 :createdWith [
    a solid:Patch;
    solid:inserts {<webid> vcard:name "foo". }.
].

my question is about adding to this exemple https://spoggy-test9.solidcommunity.net/contacts/76f61473-5ac0-42fb-a486-0db219522ea9.jsonld

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a link to the webid of the POD owned by a Person represented by this vcard as it is done for the vcard:hasURL predicate to have a link from my contact book to the webid ,
Contacts are imported from my contact mobile phone and all my contacts don’t have a webid, so webid is not the subject but a object/url linked by something like solid:hasWebid

Again, I do not view it as a vcard that has a webid, rather a vcard about a webid. What is wrong with using @id dct:references webId?

Well, if I want to import them back to my phone (for interopérability ;-), i need a totally compatible vcard format.
it looks as something like Social profile could do the trick

socialProfile;type=linkedin:http://www.linkedin.com/in/barryleiba
socialProfile;type=facebook:http://www.facebook.com/barackobama
socialProfile;type=solid:https://www.spoggy-test5.solidcommunity.net/profile/card#me

as proposed here vCard Format Extension : To Represent the Social Network Information of an Individual

That one makes sense to me, nice find.

early version here ldp-workspace

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Looks great! Have you been keeping up with the work timbl is doing on the contacts pane? Lots of changes and new ontologies.

No, i didn’t, i will GitHub - solid/contacts-pane: Contact management: AddressBooks, Groups, Individuals and Organizations.