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SWIG Meeting - RDF Content Labels

From: Phil Archer <phil.archer@icra.org>
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2005 14:57:05 -0000
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Dear all,

As Dan Brickley was kind enough to highlight in his e-mail to this list on 
7th Feb, one of the topics for next week's meeting is the work he, I and 
others have been doing on using RDF for PICS-like content labelling. That 
is - creating a single description that can be applied to multiple 
resources. ICRA's use case is labelling for child protection but there are 
others, notably trust marks/quality labels and the like. We're looking for 
more!

Noboru Shimuzu and others at IA Japan and Keio University have been working 
on the same issues.

Jose Kahan's talk on RDF-Sig is going to be very relevant to this as we're 
already talking about how to sign those descriptions. Plus, we should have a 
use case for Sandro's forthcoming workshop on rule languages.

Documentation on our proposals for what we call RDF Content Labels can be 
seen at http://www.w3.org/2004/12/q/doc/rdf-contentlabels.html NB. As stated 
on that document, although this is hosted on w3.org, for the time being at 
least, this is not part of any official W3C Activity. More 
general/background information to put the work into context can be seen at 
http://www.icra.org/diary/RDFlabelsseconddraft/.

See you in Boston.

Phil Archer
Internet Content Rating Association
Label your site today at http://www.icra.org
Received on Wednesday, 23 February 2005 16:04:28 GMT

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