iand at internetalchemy.org
Fri Feb 6 10:25:12 UTC 2004
Friday, February 6, 2004, 10:02:08 AM, you wrote:
> * Ian Davis <iand at internetalchemy.org> [2004-02-06 08:48+0000]
>> Ridiculous. Every foaf document clearly says who it's about, but it
>> may be about more than one person.
> The ones that use foaf:topic mention one or more things that they're
> about. The ones that use foaf:made mention who made them. PPD is a
> slight extension of 'I made this and I am one of its topics', which we
> could say todo. PPD implies 'I made this and I am its primary topic'.
By "about" I meant the existence of foaf:Person terms. If I supply
anything other than IFPs for a foaf:Person then I am describing them
and the file is about them in some way.
If you want a file about a single person, why not elide all references
to others? If there are foaf:knows terms in the document then it's
clearly a Personal Relationship Document rather than a Profile ;)
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