RDF vs. standard vocabularies (Was Re: Some questions)

Matthew Gertner matthew at praxis.cz
Thu Dec 2 09:06:12 GMT 1999

Tim Bray wrote:
> Because the same data structures and usage patterns keep coming back across
> wide ranges of metadata applications, even though the world isn't about
> to agree on common vocabularies.  So there are huge gains to be had from
> a common data model and transfer syntax. -Tim

But aren't common vocabularies needed for RDF as well?


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