[web-annotation] Fragment Specification for RDFa

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== Fragment Specification for RDFa ==
At the moment, I think the `dcterms:conformsTo` for an 
`oa:FragmentSelector` for (X)HTML+RDFa could go either way; HTML or 
RDF/XML, i.e., namedSection or a namedResource. In cases where the 
fragment has a IRI with an RDF description behind it (i.e., the triple
 through the RDFa markup), my understanding is to use the RDF/XML's 
fragment specification. If the fragment is an HTML @`id` with no IRI 
used in RDFa (with base + fragment), then the HTML fragment 
specification makes sense.

I think there is an alternative to above which is specific for RDFa 
IRIs, given that [RDFa Core 1.1 CURIE and IRI 
refers to [RFC3987](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3987).

RFC3987 is also listed under 

Am I looking at this right? Should RFC3987 be added as a fragment 
specification for (X)HTML+RDFa?

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Received on Thursday, 9 June 2016 16:40:26 UTC