RDDL is bad, replace it with my RDF
I think to place an XHTML code (so called RDDL) at a namespace URL was a really bad idea. This URL is intended for computers not people, whilst XHTML is intended for people not computers. Even if someone will oppose me, I will insist lobbying placing RDF code at NS URLs. I will provide a link from my RDF into an RDDL however. I remind the readers of this message, that I am developing RDF describing namespaces, the main feature of this is description of transformations between namespaces. You can read the current draft as a Word 97 file: http://freesoft.portonvictor.org/binaries/Namespace_Semantic.doc I started this writing about XML a few months ago, but haven't been working on it for a while. Note that I also work in abstract mathematics and in Hebrew Bible study. I am going (but don't promise) that this month I will work mainly on XML. -- Victor Porton - http://portonvictor.org
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