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1135FW: Short briefing/background doc't regarding RDFa, prefixes and HTML

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  • misha.wolf@thomsonreuters.com
    Feb 3, 2011

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      Subject: Re: Short briefing/background doc't regarding RDFa, prefixes
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      Nathan writes:

      > You've missed @profile which allows the importing of prefix and
      > term definitions from an external profile (read: hosted on the web
      > somewhere), also provides a default RDFa processor profile (meaning
      > some prefixes are always supported and mapped to a specific uri),
      > and also means that if a specified profile can't be dereferenced and
      > read correctly (yes at parse / process time) then the element on
      > which the @profile is declared, and all child elements, are skipped
      > (no triples will be extracted from these elements).

      Thanks, I thought I had worked back from step 4 of 7.5 to all the
      places URI mappings could come from, but I obviously missed @profile.
      I've updated the document [1] to reflect this.


      [1] http://www.w3.org/2001/tag/doc/RDFa_HTML_prefix_issue.html
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