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

Subject: RE: [xsl] Using Dublin Core as meta data for XSLT stylesheets
From: "Robert Koberg" <rob@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 08:29:13 -0800
Hi Ken,

You might want to look at RDF and Dublin Core.
Simple DC:
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
yet...) Are interested in qualified DC or simple DC?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:owner-xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of G. Ken Holman
> Sent: Thursday, February 06, 2003 7:37 AM
> Hi everyone,
> I'm looking at adding structured meta data to my stylesheets and wondered
> if anyone has already been doing something along the lines of the example
> below.
> Perhaps if someone has already determined a useful set of meta data for
> stylesheets, they could share how they would approach what I'm trying to
> accomplish: structured meta data for access by another XSLT stylesheet or
> for recognition in a content management system.
> I'm following the Dublin Core namespace policy at:
> And the list of elements at:
> But in my searching I haven't seen anyone share their approaches to doing
> this, so I thought I would ask for what might be common practice out there.
> BTW, I'm using CVS as my source code control system, hence the use of the
> "$" in some of the fields.
> Does anyone know of content management systems that look for, recognize and
> take advantage of Dublin Core meta data?
> Thanks!
> ................... Ken
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
> <xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="";
>                  xmlns:fo="";
>                  xmlns:doc="";
>                  xmlns:dc="";
>                  exclude-result-prefixes="fo doc dc"
>                  version="1.0">
> <doc:meta>
>    <doc:version>$Revision: 1.5 $</doc:version>
>    <dc:title>Consistency check of cell container heights and widths</dc:title>
>    <dc:creator>Crane Softwrights Ltd.</dc:creator>
>    <dc:subject>containers debug</dc:subject>
>    <dc:description>
>      Use this stylesheet to check that authored values for with height and
>      width attributes of nested block-containers are consistent with the
>      table cells within which they are used.
>    </dc:description>
>    <dc:publisher>Crane Softwrights Ltd.</dc:publisher>
>    <dc:contributor>G. Ken Holman</dc:contributor>
>    <dc:date>$Date: 2003/02/06 14:48:11 $(UTC)</dc:date>
>    <dc:type>XSLT Stylesheet</dc:type>
>    <dc:format></dc:format>
>    <dc:identifier>checkcellcontainer.xsl</dc:identifier>
>    <dc:source>UBL Project</dc:source>
>    <dc:language>en</dc:language>
>    <dc:rights>Copyright (C) 2003 Crane Softwrights Ltd.</dc:rights>
> </doc:meta>

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