RE: [xsl] Using Dublin Core as meta data for XSLT stylesheets

Subject: RE: [xsl] Using Dublin Core as meta data for XSLT stylesheets
From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 06 Feb 2003 12:16:14 -0500
At 2003-02-06 08:29 -0800, Robert Koberg wrote:
You might want to look at RDF and Dublin Core.

That was in the article I found by Uche.

Simple DC:

Thanks, Rob ... that looks like a definitive set of guidelines.

There is a document (I can't find right now) about expressing qualified DC in
What would you want out of a CMS? (very curious! - we use RDF/DC in our CMS
along with additional site/folder/page/content specific metadata - not released

It struck me that if I were to catalogue my stylesheets having already gone through the effort of adding structured information, wouldn't it be nice if it were automatically detected and incorporated into whatever management system I happened to be using?

Which I'm not yet ... I'm just using my file system and CVS ... but I thought it would be a logical question if it were already being done. You know: invest a bit now so that in the future if it could be taken advantage of then it would already be done.

Are interested in qualified DC or simple DC?

I confess to not know the difference ... I just looked at the list of elements and picked what looked interesting to me. Would you recommend one over the other?

................ Ken

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