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Re: Information resources and RDFa

From: Ben Adida <ben@mit.edu>
Date: Sun, 7 May 2006 21:29:30 -0400
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Mark,

Good write-up. I have one criticism: it takes a lot of reading to get  
to your conclusion. It seems that, in the end, you're in agreement  
with the TAG's recommendation, right?

Steven, I'm fairly certain that Mark meant href="#author", and not  
href="#about". Mark, can you confirm? I also don't think that's a  
bnode... quite the contrary, it's an addressable node, it's just not  
an identified XHTML element. In fact, I suspect more and more that  
users of RDFa will probably use bnodes rarely, because it's just much  
easier to identify all the nodes when you're dealing in HTML.

So the interesting question that I've been asking DanC and others is:  
can <http://example.org/#foo> be a non-information resource if there  
is an id="foo" in the HTML? Mark, I get the feeling that, from your  
latest conclusion, you would not recommend this. I don't know how I  
feel about this yet....

-Ben
Received on Monday, 8 May 2006 01:29:40 GMT

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