Re: Another example of Wikidata + for type enumerations

I was wondering, can:

<link property="sameAs" href=""
<link property="sameAs" href="" />

also be written as:

<link property="sameAs" href="" /> or
<link itemprop="sameAs" href="" />
(2 values separated by a space)

like you're also able to write:
<span vocab="" typeof="Product Service">...</span> or
<span itemscope itemtype="

or is that only possible in the case of types (from the same domain) and
not with property values?

On Sat, Feb 22, 2014 at 11:35 PM, Kingsley Idehen <>wrote:

> On 2/22/14 4:37 PM, Gregg Kellogg wrote:
>> The Wikidata produced RDf is quite useful, though. In general, settling
>> on Wikidata as a primary identifier space seems like a good idea to me, but
>> it would be nice if at least one of the sameAs relationships was to
>> something else that's useful, like an RDF version of a Freebase resource,
>> or DBpedia (unless that's considered competition?). Perhaps Freebase could
>> also declare an equivalent to the Wikidata page, they do both say they're
>> equivalent to the same Wikipedia pages in this case, anyway. (Denny?)
> Interesting insight.
> In the realm of Linked Data, why would DBpedia be perceived as competition
> to Freebase, Wikidata, or anything else? That said, I think you do raise an
> interesting point that's certainly worth open and frank discussion.
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