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Re: Issues with XML and Semantic Web ?


sha1 encoding issues
On Tue, 09 Nov 2004 22:32:22 -0800, Ronald Bourret
<rpbourret@r...> wrote:
> Tim Bray wrote:
> > Just a reminder that the RDF.net challenge is still open: see
> > http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/When/200x/2003/05/21/RDFNet (you can skip
> > all the history and markup-pedantry and jump to the challenge itself, at
> > the bottom of that essay).  -Tim
> 
> I read the history and markup-pedantry and skipped the challenge :)

<snip/>

I read it all and decided XML couldn't even meet the challenge at that point
after 5 years of XML.

Maybe, just *maybe* RSS with some aggregator (web based or otherwise)
would meet that, a year or so later, for XML.  I wouldn't say it's a
brilliant XML
format - it's not even 1 format and you especially have to hold your nose
if you look at all the &-escaping and encoding issues.

Dave

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