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RE: Markup of SKOS in HTML

From: Kevin Rapley <kevin@digikev.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 15:40:00 +0000
Message-ID: <COL109-W11931C121D030E3E9A8681EC430@phx.gbl>
To: <km@bounds.net.au>, <public-esw-thes@w3.org>

Hi Stephen,

Thank you for supplying markup, I have implemented your suggestion as it follows the draft and looks good. I really appreciate this, thanks again.

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> Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 00:00:36 +1100
> From: km@bounds.net.au
> To: public-esw-thes@w3.org
> CC: kevin@digikev.co.uk
> Subject: Re: Markup of SKOS in HTML
>
> Hi Kevin,
>
> The use of embedded RDF in HTML documents (which includes SKOS) is still
> very much a matter of flux and debate, and tends to overlap with
> concepts such as microformats.
>
> I believe that the closest that exists to a standard is the RDF/a draft
> which you can find at http://www.w3.org/2006/07/SWD/RDFa/.
>
> The syntax provided there doesn't quite match what you have used. I
> believe the RDFa-compliant markup is something like:
>
> 
> about="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#wildlife"
> rel="skos:narrower">
>
> 
> about="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#mammals">
> Mammals
> 
> 
> about="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#birds">
> 
> property="skos:prefLabel">Birds
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#ornithology">Ornithology
> 
> 
> about="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#odonata">
> 
> rel="skos:prefLabel">Odonata
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#dragonflies">Dragonflies
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#damselflies">Damselflies
> 
> 
> about="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#insects">
> Insects
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#arthropod">arthropod
> 
> 
> about="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#fungi">
> Fungi
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#mushrooms">Mushrooms
> 
> 
> about="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#spiders">
> 
> property="skos:prefLabel">Spiders
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#arachnida">Arachnida
> 
> 
> about="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#butterflies">
> 
> property="skos:prefLabel">Butterflies
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#papilionoidea">Papilionoidea
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#moths">Moths
> 
> 
> about="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#amphibians">
> 
> property="skos:prefLabel">Amphibians
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#frogs">Frogs
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#toads">Toads
> 
> resource="http://ukwildlife.co.uk/concepts#newts">Newts
> 
> 
>
> I've tweaked this a little to make it explicit that each  item is
> classed as being  of the #wildlife parent. This seems
> like what you would want, but I'm not sure.
>
> Cheers,
>
> -- Stephen.
>
>
> Kevin Rapley wrote:
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I am new to this list and also new to much of the semantic web. Please excuse my current ignorance, I hope by reading the specs and joining in here I will reach a higher level of understanding. But, for the time being my questions may be a little on the amateur side, please bare with me.
>>
>> I am currently marking up the following:
>>
>> 
>>
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> Mammals
>> 
>> 
>> Birds
>> Ornithology
>> 
>> 
>> Odonata
>> Dragonflies
>> Damselflies
>> 
>> 
>> Insects
>> arthropod 
>> 
>> 
>> Fungi
>> Mushrooms
>> 
>> 
>> Spiders
>> Arachnida
>> 
>> 
>> Butterflies
>> Papilionoidea
>> Moths
>> 
>> 
>> Amphibians
>> Frogs
>> Toads
>> Newts
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>
>> 
>>
>> This is also available at http://ukwildlife.digikev.co.uk/galleries/
>>
>> The idea being to categorise a menu of gallery items relating to wildlife in the UK and related labelling systems. I am certain I have much wrong and would like some pointers. I have tried to search for marking up SKOS within HTML but haven't found a reliable resource yet. Many of the examples are XML based. If you are able to point me towards some SKOS in HTML examples and/or tutorials this would be fab.
>>
>> I look forward to being enlightened.
>>
>> /*=========================================*/
>> Kevin Rapley
>> DigiKev
>> 07723457862
>> kevin@digikev.co.uk
>> http://digikev.co.uk | Twitter: @digikev
>> /*=========================================*/
 		 	   		  
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