Re: ANN: Article on using RDF to provide extensibilityand modu
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 / Mike Champion <mc@x...> was heard to say: | Hmm, at the risk of venturing into very flame-ridden territory, the | concrete example of RSS tends to point the opposite direction: most | bloggers balked at paying the "RDF tax" and tend to stick with XML, or | XML- | like stuff that one can extract RSS information from anyway. Where are For my part, the interesting uses of RSS that I'm playing with rely on the ability to add additional metadata to the stream. I suppose I could do that with my own elements and avoid the RDF tax, but given that RDF gives me more-or-less exactly what I want, I don't see any reason to avoid it. Be seeing you, norm - -- Norman.Walsh@S... | 'Heartless Cynics,' the young men shout, / XML Standards Architect | Blind to the world of Fact without; / 'Silly Web Tech. and Standards | Dreamers,' the old men grin / Deaf to the Sun Microsystems, Inc. | world of Purpose within.--W. H. Auden -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Processed by Mailcrypt 3.5.7 <http://mailcrypt.sourceforge.net/> iD8DBQE+tpInOyltUcwYWjsRAvRTAJ40ApKesNPajISArUKXc56C4q9BjQCgr31a lWOXH2C5PGpHu3/bg5StkmE= =4/EM -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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