Content or Metadata?
tbray at textuality.com
Thu Dec 2 22:11:18 GMT 1999
At 11:41 AM 12/2/99 PST, Mike Spreitzer wrote:
>What about the list of authors of a scholarly paper? Isn't that metadata for which order
Yep, in fact that's the one use-case that kept coming up during the early
stage of RDF design. Here's another one for free: content models. But
the notion that there is some ordering on a document's author, title,
and date-of-publication is surprising and unnatural. -T.
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