Tiny RDF Schema at openid.net?

Scott Kveton scott at janrain.com
Mon Jan 29 15:41:43 UTC 2007


With just a quick look at this, it seems like a good idea.  I'd like to see
it happen somehow.

Anybody see any problems with doing this?

- Scott





On 1/29/07 2:13 AM, "Benjamin Nowack" <bnowack at appmosphere.com> wrote:

> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I was wondering if you guys could be persuaded to host a little
> RDF Schema file on the openid.net site. As far as I can tell, there
> is great support for OpenID among SemWeb folks as it can be combined
> with things like FOAF for all sorts of cool applications.
> 
> People recently started to write RDF extractors for the OpenID
> hooks embedded in HTML (openid.server/delegate). As these hooks
> are in line with the Dublin Core guidelines [1], there are even
> multiple ways to do this. The only thing we're missing for more
> widespread use is an agreed-on namespace URI for the core openID
> terms ("server" and "delegate"). And ideally this would be an
> openid.net one. So here is my request: any chance we could put
> a little RDF Schema file on the openid server? We would of course
> provide the file (it'd be just 5-10 lines of XML), and the actual
> URL/path doesn't really matter. An alternative could be to host
> it in some other stable URI space, Dan Connolly (CC'd) might be
> able to provide one at w3.org, not sure. It would be cool to
> get your blessing either way, though.
> 
> 
> Cheers in advance for perhaps considering it,
> Ben
> 
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> [1] http://www.dublincore.org/documents/dcq-html/
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