Hi Bruce:

> Tony, I see your name on the PRISM spec.  Is there not
> something you guys can do to address the name issue?  PRISM
> is 95% of the way towards being suitable for citation
> processing.  Why not make it 100%?

I think I should clarify that we are not responsible for PRISM - that would
be the PRISM WG of IDEAlliance, see

for the current PRISM spec 1.2.

We just defined an RSS 1.0 module for the basic PRISM vocabulary. (OK, we
did lobby for, and were granted a couple extra elements along the way -
prism:endingPage and prism:eIssn.)

For finer grained control of author names other vocabularies could be added
to the RSS feed - e.g. FOAF, or maybe vCard - though neither of these seems
to be quite the answer as they are both experimental and they still do not
seem to have the required degree of granularity. I do not thopugh that the
PRISM folks are interested in achieving that degree of markup.



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