On Dec 20, 2006, at 9:50 AM, Michael Brauer - Sun Germany - ham02 -
If we have this:
... the actual description (say a vCard representation) is apart from
the content, but we still have *some* metadata there. The string
"Jane Doe" is just a label (not per se metadata).
Let's see if I did understand that. You have Jane Doe's vCard
somewhere. And the two
attributes meta:property and meta:resource do not specify metadata by
themselves, but "duplicate" them to get a link to the vCard entry?
In this case, the reference itself (those two attribute) *is* a
metadata statement; it defines the relation between the document and
the resource (the person).
So say we have a document identified with a URI of "http://ex.net/foo".
The triple might be: