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Re: Use Cases for Bridging the Clickable Web and the Semantic Web

From: Karl Dubost <karl@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2004 06:11:34 +0900
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To: 'public-rdf-in-xhtml task force'' <public-rdf-in-xhtml-tf@w3.org>

Le 13 sept. 2004, à 03:54, Ben Adida a écrit :
> Karl, thanks for your feedback. My comments below:
>> <cite class="author"><a href="http://ben.adida.net">Ben 
>> Adida</a></cite>
> Does this establish a proper RDF triple?

I was just "fixing" the HTML examples, you have given. nothing much. 
For the pseudo-RDF triples, just look at my last example. the "written 
by" has semantics value and it's difficult to parse and unpredictable. 
What's happening if the author writes:

écrit par <a href="http://ben.adida.net">Ben Adida</a></cite>

In <cite class="creator"><a href="http://ben.adida.net">Ben 

you can easily extract
The creator of this page (URI) is Ben Adida, who has a homepage at 

GRRDL can extract that, though it was not my point :) Sorry to have not 
been clear enough. :)

>> Remove the <br/> not necessary. Use CSS instead. and put a <div 
>> class="licence">...</div> around it.
> I'm just using the HTML the way it's currently done at Creative 
> Commons. Remember that we do not control the entire page of our users. 
> We can only give them a chunk of HTML, and we certainly don't control 
> their stylesheet.

Yes I didn't though about that. A style attribute on the image is 
possible then.

<img style="display: block;" ...../>

>> <ul class="foaf">
>> ...
>> </ul>
> Same question as for author: does this establish an RDF triple?

Same answer :)

> I could be wrong, but it seems to me that these are establishing 
> literal properties, not RDF triples.

look at the end of my previous mail.

Karl Dubost - http://www.w3.org/People/karl/
W3C Conformance Manager
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