[cc-community] Is there a validator for CC tagging?
rgraham at ndevon.ac.uk
Wed Mar 10 04:44:07 EST 2010
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[mailto:cc-community-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Paul Houle
Sent: 09 March 2010 17:59
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Subject: Re: [cc-community] Is there a validator for CC tagging?
> I'm willing to say that if you did a "usability test" of RDFa and
> picked 10 average webby people off the street, you'd probably find
> a large majority of people would misread the specs and do things
> incorrectly. Compounding all this is the "open world assumption"
> conflicts with the idea of validation at all: I mean, maybe you
> want to assert "dc:licenes".
I would consider myself an 'average webby person' yet I have no idea
what RDFa is at all. Having said that I am about to go and look it up!
The point here, I think, is how the 'normal' person uses a licence and,
from what I can see from this thread, the way one would go about
acquiring and using a licence from the CC website and then putting the
generated HTML code from the page there, that does it and is, in theory,
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