makin - 5:55 pm on Mar 16, 2013 (gmt 0)
@tedster I took a look to the creative works types of schema.org and my specific type is not supported with my widget. BTW, as @Robert Charlton said, maybe I can use some less-specific markup type.
@Robert Charlton Thank you, I think that this reply my question:
Q: My website contains content that isn’t supported by schema.org. Will you add it? How do I mark it up in the meantime?
A: If you publish content of an unsupported type, you have three options:
Do nothing (don’t mark up the content in any way). However, before you decide to do this, check to see if any of the types supported by schema.org—such as reviews, comments, images, or breadcrumbs—are relevant.
Use a less-specific markup type. For example, schema.org has no "Professor" type. However, if you have a directory of professors in your university department, you could use the Person type to mark up the information for every professor in the directory.
If you're feeling ambitious, use the schema.org extension system to define a new type.
BTW, I don't know if the robot of google think the same, I mean, if he find that I'm using an incorrect snippet maybe he penalize me without asking why I'm using the incorrect snippet.
Also, I saw that the software application have an author and creator in schema.org but in google only have the author field (http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1645432). What is the difference between author and creator?
The author of software application rich snippet can be linked with google authorship?
Thank you guys! I'll appreciate it.