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(namespace) Re: Minutes of RDFCore WG Telecon 2003-02-24

From: Graham Klyne <GK@NineByNine.org>
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 14:40:43 +0000
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At 08:25 11/03/2003 -0500, Eric Miller wrote:
>ACTION: graham to review concepts for 'namespace' (context:
>http://www.w3.org/2003/02/28-rdfcore-irc#T16-27-27)

Section 3.3: "For example, the QName datatype requires a namespace 
declaration to be in scope ...";  I think that's OK in the XML sense.

Section 3.7: "3.7 RDF Core URI Vocabulary and Namespaces (Normative)";   I 
think that's in the XML sense.

Section 3.7: "(conventionally associated with namespace prefix rdf:)".  I 
think that's OK in the XML sense.

Section 3.7: "these URI prefix strings correspond to XML namespaces 
[XML-NS] ...";  I think that's in the XML sense.

Section 3.7: "Note: these namespace URIs are the same as those used in 
earlier RDF documents [RDF-MS] [RDF-SCHEMA].";   I think that's in the XML 
sense.

Section 3.7: "[[[NOTE FOR REVIEWERS: Some terms in these namespaces have 
been deprecated...";  I think that should be "vocabularies", but the text 
will be removed anyway.

Section 3.7: "Vocabulary terms in the rdf: namespace are listed in section 
5.1 of the RDF syntax specification [RDF-SYNTAX]."  This is a closer call, 
but I think that's in the XML sense.

...

Those are all the occurrences of 'namespace' that I found.

#g


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