Re: dataTypes and classification schemes

>>>Roland Schwaenzl said:

> somewhere on the web i've seen
> <?xml version="1.0"?>
>  <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf=""
>              xmlns:rdfs=""
>              xmlns:dc=""
>              xmlns:dcterms="">
>  <rdf:Description>
>   <dc:subject>
>     <dcterms:MESH>
>       <rdf:value>D08.586.682.075.400</rdf:value>
>       <rdfs:label>Formate Dehydrogenase</rdfs:label>
>     </dcterms:MESH>
>   </dc:subject>
>  </rdf:Description>
>  </rdf:RDF>
> I have received a message indicating, that such construction might
> become illegal  or deprecated in a few weeks by W3C.
> Would like some clarification by the WG on this. (I'm not 100% sure,
> whether this question is related to the current dataTyping proposals.)

As a member of the RDF Core working group, and not speaking for it, I
can't see any of the above RDF/XML syntax that is going to be removed
from the syntax, or illegal as you put it.

However, the interpretation of the syntax may change - especially
for rdf:value, since that was rather vaguely defined (by example only) in
the RDF Model & Syntax document.


Received on Wednesday, 13 February 2002 05:05:43 UTC