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Jonathan Borden wrote:
Indeed there might be any number of alternate XML syntaxes for RDF
any of which are 'better' than RDF/XML e.g. Tim's
Like I said elsewhere, there's a few knocking about.
Getting the W3 to adopt one would make the difference. RDF Core has
been very careful to stay within its charter on the matter of XML
syntax - the scope for real improvement has generally been on the
semantic side of the house.
On the other hand RDF Core saw fit to invent an entirely new syntax
to describe test cases.
Bill de hÓra