[open-bibliography] property for pointing to web pages related to a resource
Mo.McRoberts at bbc.co.uk
Wed Mar 20 16:30:16 UTC 2013
foaf:page or foaf:homepage (depending upon the relationship) are commonly used.
rdfs:seeAlso (and similarly foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf) should IM(NS)O really only be used for URLs where you can get more RDF back.
On Wed 2013-Mar-20, at 15:32, Uldis Bojars <captsolo at gmail.com>
> What is a good property to use for linking a resource to web pages
> related to it?
> In this case [a resource == a digital object repository object] but a
> similar property may also be useful for bibliographic descriptions,
> authority records, etc.
> The property would be very generic as there's almost no "semantics" /
> restriction on what the object of this relation can be.
> Best candidates so far:
> a) rdfs:seeAlso
> b) foaf:page
> What would you suggest?
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