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Re: Converting to standards... (sort of)

From: Andrew McFarland <andrew.mcfarland@unite.net>
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 08:26:39 +0100
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To: public-evangelist@w3.org

At 08:01 24/09/2002 -0400, Karl Dubost wrote:
>1. Choice of high/well known websites
>2. Traceability of the conversion (techniques used for it)
>3. Authorization of the Web site owner? (often almost impossible, because 
>people do not reply to individual request for major websites, another 
>problem of Quality)

And 4. `Ownership' of the code. I wouldn't mind contributing to, say, 
Dmoz.org[1] for free, but I wouldn't want to spend several tens (or 
hundreds) of hours on a commercial website without some benefit to me. This 
is obviously even more complex when you think about a group effort.

As an initial site, it might be interesting to build a (X)HTML (4.01|1) 
Strict directory using the Dmoz.org RDF dump. Anyone any experience of 
using Dmoz.org RDF data? Using Dmoz data would cover 3, and possibly 1.

/me toddles off to cpan.org

Andrew

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[1] The home page at least is Valid 4.01 Transitional
Received on Wednesday, 25 September 2002 03:30:44 GMT

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