[Playlist] XSPF -> RDF - using GRDDL
lucas at gonze.com
Fri Oct 10 23:00:34 UTC 2008
How do these tools interact with the namespace document, Yves? Do they
just fetch whatever's in the XML namespace URI in hopes that it returns
a GRDDL document?
And what are the nearest applications and users (even if comp sci people)?
Yves Raimond wrote:
>> If there exist tools which will actually use these new files (the GRDDL
>> and XSLT), let's target them. What are they? What do they support?
>> What do they need?
> I guess most RDF parsers support GRDDL now (e.g. Jena or Redland).
> There's also a couple of web services for doing that, e.g. Dave
> Beckett's awesome http://triplr.org .
> All applications sitting on top of that would then be happy to ingest
> and store XSPF without any further ado.
>> Daniel O'Connor wrote:
>>> Option 1:
>>> Just stick XHTML into the document, like
>>> It's an XSL document, but it uses the XHTML namespace. Firefox
>>> intelligently picks up the HTML, other user agents ignore.
>>> Option 2:
>>> Just like http://www.w3schools.com/XML/xml_xsl.asp
>>> The RDF/XML document contains an <?xml-stylesheet ?>, which renders out
>>> a simple XHTML page for humans to Go Elsewhere for documentation.
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