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[w3photo] a comment on one of Greg's observations

From: Bryce Benton <himself@brycebenton.us>
Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 13:03:17 -0600
Message-ID: <4027D975.1070001@brycebenton.us>
To: semantic-photolist@unitboy.com

Greg Elin wrote:

> 2) It is much easier to work with RDF if you stop worrying about 
> parsing it or using it as your fundamental storage format of data. In 
> other words, the fastest way to begin working with RDF is to 
> additionally translate your data structures into RDF even if your 
> system isn't prepared to *read* RDF. This makes your tool available to 
> services/apps that CAN read the RDF and gets you in the game sort of 
> speak.
That has also been my experience. And I think it reflects one of the 
fundamental goals of the w3photo project, namely to facilitate RDF 
annotation and thus provide a repository of data and metadata for future 
people to experiment with in developing applications that *do* something 
with the data/metadata.

I've got lots of ideas for cool ways to manipulate the metadata I'm 
collecting in my own project, but currently I'm just gathering the data 
and metadata. Hey, I figure I've still got a good 9 years left to figure 
all that out...

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