How about a META tag?
lgonze at panix.com
Wed Dec 3 14:51:16 EST 2003
On Wednesday, Dec 3, 2003, at 14:38 America/New_York, Evan Prodromou
> Oh, and: obviously, this would just be one more way to encode metadata
> in HTML. It wouldn't necessarily replace the RDF, just be another way
> of doing it. Instead of having folks do <link> and <meta> tags any old
> way -- which they're probably going to end up doing, since not
> everyone loves RDF -- it'd be better to specify how to do it, so
> there's a recommendation for doing it uniformly.
I basically agree with Evan. I don't see the harm in a meta tag, and
not having all that verbose RDF might bring people in who wouldn't do
It would also work to have a "link rel=" element pointing to a page of
CC RDF, or even to have a registry of URLs released under a CC license
but without an embedded claim in the HTML. Let a thousand flowers
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