Re: RDF and URIs (was Re: Modularity, et al.)
Wayne Steele <xmlmaster@h...> wrote: > Supplement this with some agreeable algorthims, for instance that > "http://example.org/doc#foo" is equivalent to > "http://example.org/doc#xpointer(foo)", and I think a pretty good 80/20 > point for URI identity can be reached. > > But RDF is the problem, because it has a "special" way of looking at URIs. What is this "special" way? It would be fine for your RDF-based system to understand XPointer and canonicalize URIs. What's the problem with RDF here? -- [ Aaron Swartz | me@a... | http://www.aaronsw.com ]
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