W3C document: Best Practice Recipes for Publishing RDF Vocabularies
norman at astro.gla.ac.uk
Fri Feb 1 02:51:42 PST 2008
This is probably partly relevant to the [versioning-3] discussion.
We've referred to earlier versions of this in other local threads (for
example Rick's message about hash and slash namespaces), and to the
It points to a 'configuration validator' for serving vocabularies.
All the best,
Begin forwarded message:
> A new working draft of "Best Practice Recipes for Publishing RDF
> Vocabularies" was published on 23 January, 2008. The W3C Semantic Web
> Deployment Working Group (SWD WG) invites you to comment on this
> This document describes best practice recipes for publishing
> vocabularies or ontologies on the Web (in RDF Schema or OWL). The
> features of each recipe are described in detail, so that vocabulary
> designers may choose the recipe best suited to their needs. Each
> introduces general principles and an example configuration for use
> an Apache HTTP server (which may be adapted to other environments).
> recipes are all designed to be consistent with the architecture of the
> Web as currently specified.
> W3C Working Drafts provide opportunities for public comment during the
> development of a specification. Please send comments to the public
> mailing list: public-swd-wg at w3.org; please include the text "comment
> recipes" in the subject line.
Norman Gray : http://nxg.me.uk
eurovotech.org : University of Leicester
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