Re: What is A technical briefing paper

Phil and Lorna
thanks for this really useful work -

My only comment is a little sadness that you seem to privilege  
microdata over RDFa etc... You say that microdata is the most  
frequently used but, IMHO, you contribute to that situation  by making  
it easy for folks to use microdata but don't show how to use RDFa. Of  
course you do refer to it etc but I wonder if in an explanation of that is sure to become very popular, it'd be good to  
include both approaches?


On 06/06/2014, at 1:57 AM, Phil Barker wrote:

> Hello all.
> I hope you don't mind me using this list to advertise a briefing  
> paper which aims to describe I also invite comments and  
> discussion on how it might be improved in future revisions.
> As part of our work for Creative Commons on managing the Learning  
> Resource Metadata Initiative (LRMI), Cetis today publish a new  
> technical briefing paper “What is”.
> We often find that when explaining the technology approach of LRMI  
> we are mostly talking about, so this briefing, which  
> describes the specification for a technical audience  
> should be of interest to anyone thinking about implementing or using  
> LRMI in a website or other tool. It should also be of interest to  
> people who plan to use for describing other types of  
> resource.
> You can download the briefing from
> Best regards, Phil
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