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Re: Resolvable Namespace URLs


resolvable
Paul Spencer wrote:

> Does anyone have a view of the current state of the art? Is the W3C using
> RDDL behind the scenes? Are there alternative proposals still in the frame?
> Is there any standards activity in this area? Back in April, there was a
> plan to publish RDDL as a W3C Note, but I don't think this has happened.

<prediction class="could-be-completely-wrong">
No it hasn't, but there's a good chance it will.  It will probably be 
the ultraminimal version as in http://www.tbray.org/tag/rddl4.html - 
there will probably be a canonical mapping to RDF.

The W3C will probably not decree the use of RDDL, rather there will be a 
TAG finding saying "Here are the issues about namespace documents, and 
if you want to have them, here's one data format that is appropriate."
</prediction>

-- 
Cheers, Tim Bray
         (ongoing fragmented essay: http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/)



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