zazi at elbklang.net
Sun Feb 6 21:26:56 CET 2011
Am 06.02.2011 21:13, schrieb Bob Ferris:
> Hi Michael,
> Your project idea sounds interesting and the example page looks really
> good. However, I can't find any hypertext link that references your FOAF
> profile in a RDF serialization format. With RDFa the content negotiation
> step is primarily not necessary. This enables an easier deployment. No
> configuration for content negotiation is necessary. Although, it could
> still be deployed and the (X)HTML+RDFa lives side by side with the other
> RDF serialization formats. Whereby, the (X)HTML+RDFa document has the
> advantage that it is out-of-the-box usable by human and machine agents.
> It enables me to serve processable views for both humans and machines in
> one document.
> I think (X)HTML+RDFa deployment is crucial for FOAF profiles and for
> Linked Data deployment in general (see for example GoodRelations).
Btw, I saw your weighted skills in the profile. I co-developed recently
the Cognitive Characteristics Ontology which should exactly address
such a modelling. That means, it enables you to describe cognitive
pattern e.g., skills, expertises or interests, simply in form of a
triple or extended. An extended version can include for instance a
weighting of the cognitive pattern (by utilizing the Weighting
Ontology). Please have a look at the examples in the Cognitive
Characteristics Ontology specification documentation e.g., this one .
When applying a weighting it is especially important that the scale
should be no out-of-band knowledge. It should rather be possible to
discover that knowledge as needed. Hence, it is useful to also provide
scales in machine processable form.
PS: If have further questions re. the Cognitive Characteristics
Ontology, don't hesitate to ask me ;)
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