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last updated at 2003-03-19 18:33
Connecting SWAD bits
DanC: WP9 seems close to foaf depiction foo... ah... image annotation workshop report
 
bitsko: "RSS feeds contain specially-formatted data (RSS is a subset of RDF, an XML data format)"
bitsko: "SourceForge.net-provided RSS feeds have been designed to be compliant with RSS 2.0 specification. These feeds have been validated using the excellent RSS Validator provided by Mark Pilgrim and Sam Ruby, the RSS Validator from UserLand and the W3C RDF Validator."
bitsko: I doubled-checked and discovered that SourceForge RSS 2.0 feeds do, in fact, validate with no RDF errors, "Validation Results: Your RDF document validated successfully". Alas, no triples, though!
Morbus: My Blog Entry on This including an RSS 2.0 to RSS 1.0 converter for those who can't see the forest for the trees. Or however that phrase goes.
 
dajobe: seem to be more related on the Education track
 
DanC: "Streaming Transformations for XML (STX) is a one-pass transformation language for XML documents that builds on the Simple API for XML (SAX). STX is intended as a high-speed, low memory consumption alternative to XSLT."
DanC: nifty. I think it was QL '98 where I learned about the infelicities of DOM and related specs w.r.t. streaming.
DanC: 14 January 2003 seems to be the current draft
DanC: yeah! their namespace name http://stx.sourceforge.net/2002/ns isn't 404!
DanC: May 8 - Oliver Becker presents STX at XML Europe 2003
 
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