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[Bug 8107] I dont think that itemid should be prohibited if there is no itemtype. Several of the use cases would work fine with an id but no type

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--- Comment #10 from John Giannandrea <jg@metaweb.com>  2009-10-29 04:50:20 ---
Re-reading comment #7, I think you are questioning if any "resource" can
identify anything in the absence of a vocabulary introduced by itemtype.    The
whole premise of the Linked Open Data initiative is that you can, that multiple
resource URIs mean the same thing and they can be cross referenced between
sites.  

For example, all these are the same thing:
http://ids.freebaseapps.com/?id=/en/palo_alto

Search engines would love for people to make these links with itemid, even if
they didnt have any item data to work with in the page DOM yet.


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