danbri at w...
Wed Jul 10 18:42:59 UTC 2002
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> There's a list in http://rdfweb.org/~pldab/rdfweb/scutterplan.txt
...some of which are a little out of date.
I've tidied up most of my stuff now
(http://rdfweb.org/people/danbri/webwho.xrdf and the docs rdfs:seealso'd
Also (did I send a note round about this? guess not) I just updated the
FOAF namespace document, http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/ and added a (machine
generated) table of classes and properties to the HTML, alongside the
embedded RDF. I also GPG-signed the HTML version and the
(content-negotiable: use application/rdf+xml) RDF-only versions of the
What else...? Oh yeah, FOAF-as-deployed survey. See the 'scutterstats'
file(s) in http://rdfweb.org/2002/foaf/ for some rough stats on the
classes and properties my harvester has encountered.
Leigh -- nice tool, and much needed :)
Couple of quick nitpicks re http://www.ldodds.com/foaf/foaf-a-matic.html
* mailto: is needed in the rdf:resource bit.
<foaf:mbox rdf:resource="libby.miller at b..."/>
should be ....mailto:libby.miller at e...
* <foaf:workhomepage rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/"/>
...see scutterstats doc for all the other spelling / capitalisation
variants of this property. http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/workplaceHomepage
is what we have in the schema.
We also have firstName, surname, givenname (I forget difference, can
someone explain which means what? <blush/>). The generator could perhaps
include these, as well as concatenating to produce foaf:name.
A new possibility. I just added foaf:mbox_sha1sum for putting
sha1-scrambled mailboxes into the graph. Haven't worked out the details.
perhaps add that too. This'd make it easier for people to describe
themself without having their mailbox harvested by spammers.
Oh yeah, I scribbled some syntax tips / examples into
http://rdfweb.org/rweb/wiki/wiki.pl?FOAFSyntaxTips this morning. Might
ps. re the old files below, things to watch out for (and remove....):
(i) genid:danbri, genid:blah etc as URIs for people -- an ugly hack, no
(i) foaf:friend, foaf:knowsWell: abandoned in place of generic
foaf:knows, with other info suggested but not implied through other
factoids, eg. co-depictions.
Aaron Swartz wrote:
> On Wednesday, July 10, 2002, at 10:40 AM, Leigh Dodds wrote:
>>Can someone point me at some sample FOAF descriptions of people?
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