Re: A very preliminary draft on what to put at namespaceURLs
On 27/06/2012 20:57, Victor Porton wrote: > > (I think, later I should convert it into HTML format.) yes .doc files really are not appropriate for the web. > Saying that, please look into my file and comment, both technically > and philosophically. > The document really doesn't give any overview or justification for what it's trying to do. It just lists a way of listing (using RDF for some unexplained reason) some transformations that you may want to do on some XML. It seems to assume that this: > ..... the rules of transformation between this namespace and other > XML namespaces. That (a) there is generally some set of transformations that one wants to apply to documents using a particular namespace and that (b) it is useful to list these transformations at the namespace URI and that (c) the documents are likely to be processed in a context such that the namespace URI is reachable to be dereferenced. I think that in most cases all three of those things are false, so I'm sorry I'm at a loss to see how I could use this for MathML as a specific example that I know something about. Of the hundreds of transformations that one could imagine applying to a MathML expression. Which would make sense to list at the namespace URI? David
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