[Lots of helpful stuff]
>Hopefully the above is clear, and in some way useful.
Thanks very much, Patrick, especially for taking the time to provide those
I guess sometimes I just need to be able to see concrete examples to grasp
the general and your localisation labels example really helped there.
>The dc registry had
>to create it's own resource (eor:Schema) for this purpose. It's definition
>is at: http://dublincore.org/2000/03/13/eor#Schema. This allows the
>following type of constructs:
> <rdf:value>The Dublin Core Element Set v1.1</rdf:value>
> <dc:title>The Dublin Core Element Set v1.1</dc:title>
> <dc:publisher>The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative</dc:publisher>
> <dc:description>The Dublin Core metadata vocabulary is a simple
> intended to facilitate discovery of resources. </dc:description>
> <dc:relation rdf:resource="http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/"/>
Thanks, Harry. Yes, I've seen that construct, and I guess this is the sort
of thing I was getting at.
I think I'm a little bit uncomfortable about typing the resource identified
by http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/ as a
http://dublincore.org/2000/03/13/eor#Schema -- rdfs:subClassOf -->
because I've spent so much time convincing myself that the only thing
identified by the URI http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/ is an XML namespace,
and not a textual document.
I guess this is just an instance of Patrick's
> If that URI happens to also be the URI
> of some resource, then OK, but that doesn't
> mean that the namespace denotes the resource.
and I just need to go away and repeat it to myself a lot.... ;-)