Re: FOAF: names with different scriptings

Le 2 oct. 06 à 11:05, Karl Dubost a écrit :
> <foaf:Person>
>   <foaf:name xml:lang="ja-Jpan">黒澤明</foaf:name>
>   <foaf:name xml:lang="ja-Latn">KUROSAWA Akira</foaf:name>
> </foaf:Person>
> but it seems next week it will be
> 005104.html
> <foaf:Person>
>   <foaf:name xml:lang="ja">黒澤明</foaf:name>
>   <foaf:name xml:lang="ja-Latn">KUROSAWA Akira</foaf:name>
> </foaf:Person>
> Though there is still a problem, the real writing of the name is
>  黒澤明

Just thought about it.
Maybe, hmmm there is a similar semantics for that

SKOS Core Guide
W3C Working Draft 2 November 2005  (one year without being  
republished, not good)

Preferred and Alternative Lexical Labels

The skos:prefLabel and skos:altLabel properties allow you to assign  
preferred and alternative lexical labels to a resource. For example:
]]] -- SKOS Core Guide 
        Fri, 04 Nov 2005 18:33:04 GMT

The given example is


   <skos:Concept rdf:about="">


A similar mechanism for names, Book titles and movies, would be  

Karl Dubost -
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Received on Tuesday, 3 October 2006 13:36:24 UTC