XHTML 2 Meta Modules as RDF??? (Was: Re: [ANN] Nemo...)

Lisa, are you referring to 


If so, I was unaware of that module.  Interesting -
thanks for the head's up.  The examples are a little
confusing. It would be very benifical if the HTML WG
would annote the examples with RDF equivalents (in
either N3 or RDF/XML).

Is there a particular transformation or interpretation
as RDF/XML that the HTML WG had in mind?  RDF isn't
mentioned once on the page, yet the Metainformation
Module seems to borrow a lot of SW concepts from
Resources Typed Literals.  Also, the way they intend
people to use the Metainformation Attribute Modules
seems confusing.  Got any pointer?  :-)

-- Jimmy C.

PS. Nemo should now be retrieved from

CC. The HTML Working Group so I get their feedback.

At the RDF Interest Group <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>,
Lisa Seeman <lisa@ubaccess.com> wrote:
> if you are planning to since I plan on embedding RDF
> data directly into
> documents. There is a draft for XHTML 2.0 for
> embedding RDF into the body of
> the document using the Link element.
> They are thinking of some other mechanisms too, but
> I think Link was the
> most powerful proposal.
> Keep well
> Lisa

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Received on Wednesday, 8 December 2004 20:30:51 UTC