Predicate Proposal - Parent Accelerator, Accelerator Batches

Summary

Parent Accelerator and Accelerator Batches are inverse fields. An individual entity marked “Is A” = “Accelerator Batch” will have a Parent Accelerator predicate. An accelerator entity will have one or more Accelerator Batch predicates pointing to it. This corresponds to the top two levels of the image shown here:


Field Name: Parent Accelerator

Definition: The organization that organizes and runs an individual accelerator batch. While each accelerator batch may or may not have its own organization or legal entity, the parent accelerator is the organization that organizes each accelerator batch.

Tooltip definition of the predicate: The organization that organizes and runs an individual accelerator batch.

Type of value (one of the following): “entity”

# of accepted values (one of the following): “single”

Constraints: Object must be “Organization”

Examples of proper use:

  • ‘Y Combinator S21 Batch’ ‘Parent Accelerator’ is ‘Y Combinator’ - The individual YC S21 class is an Accelerator Batch organized by Y Combinator.
  • ‘Techstars Class 12 - Seattle 2011 Fall’ ‘Parent Accelerator’ is ‘Techstars’ - The Seattle 2011 Fall class is an Accelerator Batch organized by Techstars.

Examples of improper use:

  • ‘Techstars Class 51 - Barclays 2015 Spring’ ‘Parent Accelerator’ is ‘Barclays’ - While Barclays was a sponsor of the accelerator batch, the organization that organized and ran the class was Techstars.

Field Name: Accelerator Batches
(Note: The name “Accelerator Batches” is used in the plural form since many/most accelerators run multiple batches.)

Definition: One or more individual accelerator batches organized by a parent accelerator.

Tooltip definition of the predicate: One or more individual accelerator batches organized by a parent accelerator.

Type of value (one of the following): “entity”

# of accepted values (one of the following): “multiple”

Constraints: Object must be “Accelerator Batch”

Examples of proper use:

  • ‘Y Combinator’ ‘Accelerator Batches’ is ‘Y Combinator S21 Batch’ - The individual YC S21 class is one (of many) accelerator batches organized by Y Combinator.
  • ‘Techstars’ ‘Accelerator Batches’ is ‘Techstars Class 12 - Seattle 2011 Fall’ - The Seattle 2011 Fall class is one (of many) accelerator batches organized by Techstars.

Examples of improper use:

  • ‘Techstars’ ‘Accelerator Batches’ is ‘Techstars Boulder’ - Techstars Boulder is not a specific Accelerator Batch; it is a reference to a group of Accelerator Batches. The predicate is meant for an individual Accelerator Batch.
1 Like

This looks good to me, particularly the example of improper use on Parent Accelerator which clears up the confusion where there is (often) a sponsor.

1 Like

Parent Accelerator || Accelerator Batches predicates vote

  • Yes, implement these predicates
  • No - do not implement

0 voters

Based on the voting above, the predicate definitions above have been approved. They will be added as web3 predicates in Golden soon!

This thread will now be closed and tagged appropriately.