papresco at technologist.com
Wed Sep 23 16:04:15 BST 1998
david at megginson.com wrote:
> Simon St.Laurent writes:
> > Has anyone started work on a standard DTD for preference files, or
> > is the expectation that everyone's going to do their own
> > differently?
> It sounds like a good application of RDF, if you're a believer.
Whether or not you are a believer, it seems like a perfect testing ground
for RDF ideas. For instance: what would a generalized RDF editor look
like? Presumably, it would be suffice as your preference file editor for
"experts" (at computing in general, not XML/RDF in specific). It would
probably look vaguely like the Windows registry editor, but do something
more sophisticated with embedded strucutures and links.
Paul Prescod - http://itrc.uwaterloo.ca/~papresco
How many of the Congresspeople who voted for the CDA do you suppose
also voted to release the report that reads like a borderline por-
nographic dime-store romance written by a Texas preacher's son?
- Keith Dawson, TBTF
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