Re: Proposal: deprecate common things from other vocabs


At 18:26 6/04/2005, Shadi Abou-Zahra wrote:

>> term to drop, and replacement
>> (...)
>Agree. How about also adding dc:version for tools?

As far as I know, "version" is not one of the Dublin Core elements.
The closest things I find are the refinements "isVersionOf" and
"hasVersion" of "dc:relation" (see
Have I overlooked something?

Since I am new to this list and most of you don't know me, 
let me introduce myself. I am a member of the Research Group 
on Document Architectures (DocArch) of the Katholieke Universiteit 
Leuven in Belgium. In the last few years I have worked in accessibility-
related (European) projects such as VISUAL and IDCnet.
One of the outputs of VISUAL is an accessible web authoring tool (mainly
for blind and visually impaired persons) that supports the creation of
web pages that comply with WCAG 1.0. With this tool it is actually hard
to create inaccessible web pages! DocArch contributed a simple 
accessibility checker (i.e. it checks only local pages that are loaded
in the editor); this checker did not use EARL but an XML-based report
format of our own invention.
I am currently involved in the BenToWeb project, where I am responsible
for the development of test suites for WCAG 2.



Christophe Strobbe
K.U.Leuven - Departement of Electrical Engineering - Research Group on  Document Architectures
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