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Introduction: Pierre Richard

From: Pierre G. Richard <prichard@brience.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2001 07:28:56 +0200
To: <w3c-rdfcore-wg@w3.org>
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Hello!

My name is Pierre Richard and I'm a new member of the RDFCore WG.
I have been working on blahML since 1987, starting at the TJ Watson IBM
research where I wrote YASP, the first full-featured SGML Parser.

My interest in Markup Languages started while working at the ISO WG8 group,
SGML but also DSSSL.  Since, I have conceived and developped many core
technologies applications (XML, XSLT, Java) for the companies I worked with.

I'm currently responsible for XML technologies at Brience Inc. in San
Francisco
and I'm working on several projects for content recognition and
transformation.

Even if I am new to RDF, I feel it already as the missing piece of the
puzzle:
ways for "labelling" content.  My goals in working with this group is to try
to keep the specs enough simple so to be "applicable".

Pierre.
Received on Monday, 16 April 2001 01:29:39 EDT

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