[foaf-protocols] Delegating trust via.. ? rdfs:seeAlso or?
nathan at webr3.org
Mon Apr 19 11:21:46 CEST 2010
> Hi All,
> I'd very much like to split my personal information in to multiple rdf
> documents, as in have a base foaf profile that doesn't really change,
> then additional documents, for instance on of which may be a frequently
> changing list of things which I have foaf:made.
> To do this I need to link from my "myself" to the other document(s),
> something along the lines of:
> <http://webr3.org/nathan#me> rdfs:seeAlso
> <http://elsewhere.org/nathan-published> .
> I'm keen to avoid sameas, and seeAlso appears to be a close fit, but I'm
> worried about general usage of seeAlso as linking to "something else
> that might have some more info, and might be in rdf, but might be anything".
> Any pointers?
> background reason: keen to keep my core foaf profile small, static and
> http cache friendly, which will become increasingly more important as
> foaf+ssl roles out - and because I believe providing granular static
> access to resources is the way to go (and indeed why the web works).
and.. because in a decentralized web of linked data, decentralizing and
delegating control over things to other parties seems to be.. important?
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