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Should Microdata Become a W3C Standard?

By   /  November 28, 2012  /  Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, Smart Data News, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Manu Sporny recently voiced his personal objection to the W3C microdata candidate recommendation.

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Manu Sporny on HTML5 and RDFa 1.1

By   /  September 13, 2012  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Manu Sporny has published an interesting article regarding HTML5 and RDFa 1.1.

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Big News at Schema.org

By   /  June 11, 2012  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Dan Brickley has posted a great article on the Schema.org blog commenting on some major developments surrounding schema.org

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RDFa 1.1 is a Formal Recommendation

By   /  June 8, 2012  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Ivan Herman, Semantic Web Activity Lead for the W3C, made the announcement from the podium of the Schema.org panel at SemTechBiz SF that RDFa 1.1, RDFa Lite and XHTML+RDFa have been published as candidate recommendations by the W3C.

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Web Developers Can Now Easily "Play" with RDFa

By   /  May 10, 2012  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Yesterday, we announced RDFa.info, a new site devoted to helping developers add RDFa (Resource Description Framework-in-attributes) to HTML. Building on that work, the team behind RDFa.info is announcing today the release of “PLAY,” a live RDFa editor and visualization tool. This release marks a significant step in providing tools for web developers that are easy […]

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New Resource for Web Developers – Add Linked Data to HTML with RDFa.info

By   /  May 9, 2012  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

For Web Developers who have been looking for resources devoted to adding Linked Data to HTML, there’s a new site available today: RDFa.info. Visitors are greeted with the following headline, “RDFa is an extension to HTML5 that helps you markup things like People, Places, Events, Recipes and Reviews. Search Engines and Web Services use this […]

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The Current State of RDFa 1.1

By   /  December 20, 2011  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

On his private website, Ivan Herman recently commented on the current status of RDFa 1.1.

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BREAKING: Schema.org announces intent to support RDFa Lite!

By   /  November 11, 2011  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Last month, we reported on the new RDFa 1.1 Lite proposal by Ben Adida. In our recent podcast on Schema.org with guest Ramanathan V. Guha, we touched on the topic of RDFa Lite as well. Today, schema.org spokesperson Dan Brickley posted that “we’re pleased to give advance notice of a new way of adopting schema.org’s […]

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Introduction to: RDFa 1.1 Lite

By   /  October 21, 2011  /  Data Articles | Data Science, Business Intelligence, & More, Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

[Editor’s Note: In our most recent SemanticLink podcast with special guest R.V. Guha, we mentioned RDFa 1.1 Lite, proposed by Ben Adida at last month’s Schema.org workshop. Thanks to Manu Sporny for sharing the following look at RDFa 1.1 Lite.] Summary: RDFa 1.1 Lite is a simple subset of RDFa consisting of the following attributes: […]

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Schema.org Workshop – A Path Forward

By   /  September 22, 2011  /  Big Data Conferences, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Articles | Data Science, Business Intelligence, & More, Data Education, Smart Data Conferences, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

A room full of interested parties gathered in Microsoft’s Silicon Valley Campus yesterday to discuss Schema.org, its implications on existing vocabularies, syntaxes, and projects, and how best to move forward with what has admittedly been a bumpy road. Schema.org, you may recall, is the vocabulary for structured data markup that was released by Google, Microsoft, […]

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