[foaf-protocols] First WebID Teleconference minutes (July 27th 2010)
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Tue Aug 3 15:59:56 CEST 2010
On Tue, 2010-08-03 at 10:41 +0100, Nathan wrote:
> Before I go mixing up and conflating what I'm saying - my preferred
> approach would be to simply say 'MUST be machine readable'...'see the
> section on serializations/formats' then use RDFa examples through the
> primer with turtle/n3 for clarity in certain bits.
I think emphasising RDFa examples would at least accomplish the
* Show something that they are perhaps more familiar with i.e., (X)HTML
and let them follow up on RDF if they need to.
* It will show that machine readable or RDF is not all about RDF/XML.
Hence, it will tone down that misconception, and let the developers go
ahead with their choice of serialization.
* And obviously because it is both machine and human readable (in a
sense that the data is visible on a Web page).
Using turtle/n3 in parts would give them other exit points and not
misinterpret WebID as MUST be in RDFa.
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