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last updated at 2001-09-24 23:09
dajobe: with multiple namespaces including Dublin Core
dajobe: happened a while back when the codebase switched to Slashcode 2.0
 
geneology fun with RDF
DanC: a bit of family tree, in RDF/n3
DanC: some gedcom-relations
DanC: a gedcom daml ontology, hyperdaml-ized
DanC: a converter from some XML gedcom thing to DAML
DanC: a ged2xml converter
DanC: a gedcom spec
 
theran: |My comments on the ntriples syntax for test cases.
 
 
em: XMP (Extensible Metadata Platform), this framework enhances workflows so
em: XMP incorporates many World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards. W3C
em: XMP (Extensible Metadata Platform), this framework enhances workflows so that content can be applied seamlessly between print, Web, eBooks and other media. XMP provides Adobe applications and partners with a common metadata framework that standardizes the creation, processing and interchange of document metadata across publishing workflows. XMP will be incorporated into all Adobe products eventually and is available for developers via a softwar
em: XMP incorporates many World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards. W3C produces the technologies that serve as the foundations for Web architecture, including XML itself and Resource Description Framework (RDF), the foundation for Metadata on the Web, and Semantic Web developments.
 
sbp: Report from the joint W3C/IETF URI Planning Interest Group, W3C Note 21 September 2001
sbp: The classical view? Yuck. Go contemporary!
sbp: This is a good note, because it covers the first in a huge list of very important questions that need to be addressed
 
danbri: Did I need any more incentives to learn Python?
 
sbp: A set of identifiers that are bound to existentially quantified variables
 
AaronSw: From Jos de Roo
AaronSw: Based on the forthcoming RDF Model Theory
sbp: q.v. Re: A proposal for entailment tests
AaronSw: see also three more suggested rules
 
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