Re: Dublin Core 'available' date range

You could model its availability as an event with a start and end time using
the RDF/iCal work -

Although it is hard to say if this is the same as what dublin core thinks a
single date might be. If it doesn't, it probably should. Time being a
continuum (at least as far as we measure it) any date or time represents a



On Mon, 26 Jul 2004 wrote:

>Dublin Core describes 'available' as a "Date (often a range) that the
>resource will become or did become available."
>I have been unable to find an example or description of how a date RANGE is
>appropriately represented in RDF XML.  Anyone know?
>Kurt Godden
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