RDF is much more syntax than semantics. It's triples. It doesn't tell you any more about what you're going to get than asking for XML does.
Surely you don't think that the triples would be identical if you asked for schemadotorg+rdf or foaf+rdf or rda+rdf or vnd.oclc.viaf+rdf. Those are schemas with completely different semantics, even if they use an identical syntax.
Yes, there will need to be some agreement on how you ask a site for Bibframe data. Probably a topic for the Bibframe folks.
From: SRU (Search and Retrieve Via URL) Implementors [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Jörg Prante
Sent: Thursday, February 20, 2014 3:40 AM
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Subject: Antw: Re: SRU recordPacking and JSON
There is no need for a Bibframe experimental media type. Bibframe model
is a subset of RDF. So we already have
"While it is possible for a given media type to be assigned additional
names, the use of different names to identify the same media type is
>>> "LeVan,Ralph" <[log in to unmask]> schrieb am 20.02.2014 um 3.00 Uhr in
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> No, there is the concept of experimental media types that can be used
> consenting adults.
> So, X-application/bibframe+xml;q=0.00 :) No need to seek standards
> for that.
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