Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of RdfWorkshop


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Timestamp:
Sep 13, 2006, 8:11:59 PM (15 years ago)
Author:
Ivor Williams
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My penn'orth

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  • RdfWorkshop

    v11 v12  
    66 * EvanProdromou of WikiTravel
    77 * TomHeath of the [http://miltonkeynes.openguides.org/ Open Guide to Milton Keynes]
     8 * IvorWilliams of OpenGuides
    89 
    910== What do we want to list? ==
    10  * Page metadata
     11 * Page / Revision metadata
    1112   * Name
    1213   * Revision date
    13    * Comments about this revision? (or is that better modelled as a property of a Revision class, rather than a property of the page?)
     14   * Revision version number (default is latest for page)
     15   * Comments about this revision
     16   * Major or minor change?
    1417
    1518 * Physical metadata
     
    2427   * Opening hours?
    2528   * Summary? (like the stuff that goes in the "summary of this node" field)
     29   * Geo Location
    2630
    2731 * Contributor Metadata
     
    3034   * Mailbox hash, e.g. foaf:mbox_sha1sum (optional)
    3135   * Homepage/FOAF URI/some other target for rdfs:seeAlso (optional)
     36   * Public key
     37
     38 * Legal Metadata (This could apply to something on a page e.g. a citation or a photo)
     39   * Licence terms
     40   * Copyright holder
     41   * Copyright date range
     42   * Artist (like contributor)
     43   * Source URL
    3244
    3345== Access to RDF ==
     
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    99111 * Yep, good point about merging these approaches Earle. Moving to pretty URIs like http://london.openguides.org/locales/Westminster (and using them in the RDF) would provide a useful source of URIs for otherwise 'unidentified' (as far as the Web is concerned) locations. Somewhere like [http://miltonkeynes.openguides.org/?Locale_Fishermead Fishermead] is unlikely to warrant an entry on Wikipedia (or WikiTravel I guess). -- TomHeath
     112
     113Just braindumped in some things I would like to see in our feed. Not looked at WikiTravel yet.