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Re: Resource Gloss (Human Readable)
- From: Jeff Rafter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Wed, 03 Jan 2001 11:49:58 -0800
> It doesn't get much easier than plopping a directory
> in a browser to see what it contains.
Granted, but I thought that the RDDL proposal was intended for use outside
of namespaces as well. The crux of the RDDL spec is the directory/links
IM(very)HO. I thought one of the initial hopes of this spec was to be able
to utilize the directory in various contexts-- even as a document fragment.
This is still possible it just requires the inclusion of the XHTML
namespace. While plopping the directory in a browser is easy-- it is very
namespace oriented-- suppose there is only an XPath expression to an element
in a document which is not namespace oriented-- must there be a human
readable form there as well?