ok, I'm fine with your response
Dan Connolly escribió:
On Fri, 2007-05-11 at 11:10 +0200, José Manuel Cantera Fonseca wrote:
Dear GRDDL WG members,
Reading the GRDDL spec it is not clear to me what will be the
alternative mechanism to be used when a XSLT sheet is not used for
extracting RDF from a document. It seems to me that the only option is
to create a "dummy" XSLT that invokes a URL that actually retrieves or
generates the RDF.
I think that it could be very useful to have a new attribute with
"retrieval" semantics and not wih "transformation" semantics. As a
result, GRDDL will be the standard mechanism in the web used for
locating the RDF associated to a web page.
or using the profile-based syntax
If I understand you correctly, dereferencing
http://www.example.org/jsp/myrdf.jsp yields RDF that
is an alternative version of the HTML document, yes?
The HTML 4 spec already standardizes a syntax for that:
<link rel="alternate" href="http://www.example.org/jsp/myrdf.jsp" />
See section 6.12 Link types
Please let us know if this is a satisfactory response to your comment.
I look forward to your comments on this