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- From: "Simon St.Laurent" <SimonStL@classic.msn.com>
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- Date: Thu, 28 May 98 17:09:18 UT
Dan Brickley wrote:
>If  is to mention metadata, it might be worth ammending  to
>explicitly say "regarding XML and the RDF data model." (or "RDF metadata"
>or similar phrase).
You're right about this, though it's an issue I had hoped to avoid at this
stage of the game. The kind of metadata we've been talking about here is
descriptive information - documentation - not the more complete information
RDF provides. Nonetheless, I don't want collisions.
This will be one of the key questions asked in the next phase of the
discussion. I consider RDF one of the "W3C recommendations regarding XML" and
don't think this needs to be stated explicitly. Others may feel differently,
and I'd like to hear suggestions.
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