Creating this as an offshoot of migrating-pih-dictionary-to-ocl:
We have several voided concept names in our dictionary. These should really be “retired”, as names are metadata, not data. If one were to want to do so, does OCL provide any means to represent “retired” names? Is this just done by removing a name in OCL, so it would exist in the concept’s version history, but no longer in the concept itself? Is there anything we want to do on the ocl_omrs import side, or on the OCL side to support this differently?
We have several retired concepts in our dictionary. These seem to be represented find in OCL - I see a “retired”: true property on the export json for these. Does OCL provide a means to record the retire reason? We have several concepts with specific retire reasons (like “Use CIEL:162816”) that are intended to provide some contextual information. Is there any way to preserve these? Probably not mission critical, but I’m wondering if this is something we might want to add into “extras” and use in the openconceptlab import tool @burke / @ibacher for implementations that want it ?