leigh at ldodds.com
Mon Mar 23 20:43:01 CET 2009
Whether we need a new property seems to depend on whether a fragment
of a webpage could legitimately be described as a foaf:Document. The
definition of that class is pretty broad, so I think its open for
debate. If that is the case, then you could probably just get away
x foaf:page <http://www.example.org/document.html#section>.
If not, then this might be useful:
On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 3:29 PM, Simon Reinhardt
<simon.reinhardt at koeln.de> wrote:
> In FOAF we have the property foaf:page to link a thing to a document that is about the thing, so:
> sg:ONeill foaf:page <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_O'Neill> .
> However very often a page is about several things. There might still be a main topic it is about but maybe you want to express that your thing is described by a certain section of the document. This happens very often in Wikipedia, e.g. Apophis doesn't have his own page:
> sg:Apophis foaf:describedBySection <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goa'uld_characters_in_Stargate#Apophis> .
> Does anyone know if a property like that already exists somewhere? Otherwise I'd like to propose it (exact phrasing to be worked out, "section" is probably not generic enough). The range of such a property would be left open. You could imagine various ways to address a section: using fragment identifiers (element IDs in a HTML document, XPointer) or using .
> Also tell me if you think it's out of scope for FOAF, then I'll just add it to OpenVocab. :-)
>  http://www.w3.org/TR/Pointers-in-RDF/
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