[foaf-dev] are these files valid FOAF?
danbri at danbri.org
Fri Apr 20 10:52:52 EDT 2012
On 20 April 2012 15:43, Christian Ledermann
<christian.ledermann at gmail.com> wrote:
> I try to add foaf to my organizations contact and project data base.
> can you have a look at the links:
This one *seems* to parse OK as RDF/XML ... but when you look closely,
it isn't quite right.
It generates triples (statements/claims) that look like this:
... indicating that Person and Project are being parsed as
relationships rather than as classes/types. And looking at the markup,
this is what you're doing:
... (in markup about
<foaf:name>United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)</foaf:name>
... to make it more sensible, you'd need to say "ok, what is the
*relationship* between that organization and that person?
I'm not sure what would be best here, formally foaf:knows is really
between people, not an org and and a person - see
but you could try wrapping foaf:Person with <foaf:knows><foaf:Person
... that would be closer to an understandable model, anyway. Then we
can look around and replace foaf:knows with some other named
relationship (or add something to FOAF maybe...)
hope this helps,
> and tell me if this makes sense to you?
> Best Regards,
> Christian Ledermann
> Nairobi - Kenya
> Mobile : +254 702978914
> If you save the living environment, the biodiversity that we have left,
> you will also automatically save the physical environment, too. But If
> you only save the physical environment, you will ultimately lose both.
> 1) Don’t drive species to extinction
> 2) Don’t destroy a habitat that species rely on.
> 3) Don’t change the climate in ways that will result in the above.
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