Bernhard, maybe it is a misunderstanding. Both RDF/XML and Turtle are a
syntax for RDF:
RDF parsers should understand both (and there is also N-Triples, which
is another common RDF syntax, mainly used for internal tests and
documented at http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-testcases/).
Am 24.04.13 16:18, schrieb Bernhard Eversberg:
> Am 24.04.2013 15:36, schrieb Ross Singer:
>> The first file you point out is in Turtle , while the newer one is
>> RDF/XML . It's unusual for RDF/XML to be _less_ verbose than
>> Turtle, but that's apparently the case here (or there is a lot of
>> data missing).
> Ah, I'm sorry, I mixed up the figures! The RDF file is the larger one.
> Is there, by the way, any software that would convert RDF into Turtle,
> and also change the &#nnn; entity notations into UTF-8?
> And it would be really nice to learn why there are these differences
> instead of a stable download format. Wonder what it will be the
> next time...