On Thu, 22 Nov 2001, Roland Schwaenzl wrote:
> > We already have some potential confusion because the HTML recommendation
> > talks about DC.Creator and in (RDF/)XML we have dc:creator.
> DC.Creator is content of an xml-attribute, whereas
> dc:creator represents an xml-element/attribute -
In the context of my suggestion they are both strings that are the content
of the name attribute of the meta element in (X)HTML.
> [which represents a resource in the RDF setting]
> <meta name="DC.Creator" content="foo"/>
> <link ....
> "IS" an encoding of DC-MetaData in xml
> (which might have inspired the xml-oai-marc encoding).
> I don't understand, why we should REQUIRE dc-conformant
> software to understand encodings, which have never been
> discussed within DCMI.
Sorry. For some strange reason I thought this was an appropriate forum
for having such a discussion! ;-)
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