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Joshua Allen wrote,
> I think that both of these assumptions miss the 90% value proposition
> for "open metadata".
There's no 90% value proposition to miss until you can give concrete
examples of exactly what the value is, _and_ make it seem vaguely
plausible that it's feasible.
I've seen precious little of either, either in this iteration of the
permathread or elsewhere. Plenty of wild utopianism, and some fairly
mundane examples of using RDF as a substitue for MIME headers.
Can you, or anyone else for that matter, point to something a little
more concrete or a little more more convincing?