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URN as namespace URI for RDF Schema

From: Michael Steidl/MDir IPTC <mdirector@iptc.org>
Date: Mon, 04 Oct 2004 17:07:14 +0200
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org
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We intend to create a specific RDF Schema within an RDF system of another party 
- and hence have to identify our resources by our own namespace. 

Looking at the RDF specs and a lot of examples I found virtually all RDF 
namespaces are made from the http URI schema and all have as last character a # 
or a /. 

This raises these questions:

- is there anywhere a written requirement for having only URIs from the http 

- where does this #- or /-sign requirement come from

- Finally: as we usually specify all our XML namespaces with URIs from the URN 
schema would this be possible for a RDF Schema - as URNs don't allow for having 
/- and #-signs.


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