We have been discussing, in the  N2 development community [1], a draft  
specification for serialising RDF in JSON[2], and would appreciate your  
feedback on it.

The structure of an RDF/JSON document looks like this
     type: ("literal","uri","bnode"),
     value: (the value of the object),
     lang: (language code - optional),
     datatype: (URI of the datatype - optional)

If you publish RDF, would you consider publishing this RDF/JSON  
serialisation, and is it clear and unambiguous how to do so?

If you read RDF from the web in your applications and scripts, would this  
be a convenient serialisation for you?

Thanks in advance,

Keith Alexander

ps: If you would like to try the format out, you can convert RDF/XML into  
RDF/JSON here: http://convert.test.talis.com/

[1] http://groups.google.com/group/n2-dev/
[2] http://n2.talis.com/wiki/RDF_JSON_Specification

Received on Wednesday, 5 September 2007 14:52:52 UTC