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Upcoming Presentations on RDFa

From: Ben Adida <ben@mit.edu>
Date: Sat, 13 May 2006 13:35:49 -0400
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To: public-rdf-in-xhtml task force <public-rdf-in-xhtml-tf@w3.org>


Hi all,

As per my action from last week, here's my plan for the upcoming RDFa  
talks:
	A) a 3-minute lightning talk at the AC Meetng
	B) a 20-minute talk at the Dev Track of WWW2006
	C) a 20-minute talk at the W3C Track of WWW2006

In all cases, I'm going to use "Structured Blogging" as my example.  
In structured blogging, one wants to add metadata for:
	- license information
	- event announcements
	- images, with maybe homegrown relationships
	- plans, like foaf:plan
	- etc... (maybe geoURL, ...)

A) For the 3 minute talk, I'll be telling a story, with 3-5 graphical  
slides to support the story. (There won't be text to read, so some  
slides will go faster than 1 minute.)
The story is that the web of current HTML is huge, and that  
structured interoperable metadata will emerge from the current web.  
How? By not repeating ourselves. By letting existing structure be  
"marked up." We propose RDFa. Show some basic markup for a calendar  
event. Show some basic markup for a CC license. Show a structured  
blog with the bookmarklet activated. Conclude with: "to make RDFa  
happen in XHTML1, follow the SemWeb Deployment WG in the next SWAP."

B) Dev Track 20 minute talk - Same storyline, longer examples, more  
detail of the examples, more time spent on the bookmarklet  
implementation. A 3-minute teaser on hGRDDL to show that we can  
transform microformats into RDFa.

C) W3C Track - similar to Dev Track, with more focus on the RDF  
generated. Bnodes. Relationship to GRDDL/hGRDDL.

I'm still working on the slides, which I'll send soon.

-Ben
Received on Saturday, 13 May 2006 17:36:02 GMT

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