Frankly I'm tired of discussing it. Show me a compelling application
of RDF -- something that solves a problem that I have, in a way that
is better or more efficient than other methods and I'm yours. After
_years_ of waiting for anyone to do something compelling with it, I'm
still waiting. And if you intend to point me to FOAF, I can save you
On Jul 6, 2005, at 7:09 AM, Bruce D'Arcus wrote:
> I've brought up RDF a couple of times in the past having had this
> that it's an important technology that the library world might pay
> attention to. I've recently been talking to some people in that
> community again. One of them is Leigh Dodds, who is behind Ingenta's
> recent move to RDF (another is working on an OWL schema for the FRBR).
> Anyway, long story short is that Leigh's just posted something on RDF
> and library metadata (in response to something that Kevin Clarke
> the other day about metadata interoperability) that I think he's
> might spur some discussion that doesn't seem to take place enough
> between the RDF world and the library world.
> Feel free to comment.