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RE: XSLT transforms application/xml+rdf to RDF database API calls

From: Bill de hÓra <dehora@eircom.net>
Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 15:31:19 -0000
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> Dan Brickley:
>
> <emote:familar_mixed_feelings/>
> 
> This *is* *very* cool. But it's also the **4th** (incomplete)
> XSLT parser for RDF that I'm aware of. Without detracting 
> from the hackvalue coolness and the hard work that went into 
> this, I fear this emphasises a couple of concerns about the 
> Semantic Web / RDF developer community.

Dan, I have to take you up on this. This is a reflection of the RDF
XML syntax. More credit to the RDF developer community for
bothering to attempt to parse it. RDFCore invented a new syntax so
they wouldn't have to.

Bill de hÓra

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