my answer is yes but....
We are proposing that both ICRA and Accessibility ratings/info should
be values for the Accessibility terms, not the conformsTo as a sub-
element of relation....
On 27/02/2008, at 8:14 AM, David Bromage wrote:
> I hope somebody can tell me if I'm barking up the wrong tree here.
> ICRA content ratings can be encoded several ways. One is in an RDF
> instance (usually called labels.rdf) at the root level of a web
> site and linked from individual pages as required. For example:
> <link rel="meta" href="http://example.org/labels.rdf"
> type="application/rdf+xml" title="ICRA labels" />
> It could potentially be useful to assert in a description set that
> a resource conforms to a particular set of content ratings. So
> would something like this be valid and machine processible?
> <link rel="DCTERMS.conformsto" scheme="DCTERMS.URI" href="http://
> example.org/labels.rdf" />
> Alternatively, the labels may be embedded in a page. For example:
> <meta http-equiv="pics-label" content='(pics-1.1 "http://
> www.icra.org/rdfs/vocabularyv03" l gen true for "http://
> example.org/" r (nz 1 sz 1 vz 0 lz 0 oz 1 cz 1 xb 1))' />
> I have no idea whether adding conformsTo would be valid.
> Moving on to XML, my initial thought for the first method is
> relatively simple.
> <dcx:XMLRepresentation dcx:representationURI="http://example.org/
> labels.rdf" />
> But what about the second?
> David Bromage
> Information Policy & Training
> Government Information Management Branch
> National Archives of Australia
> PO Box 7425
> Canberra Business Centre ACT 2610
> T (02) 6212 3731 F (02) 6212 3989 M 0418 394 778
> [log in to unmask]