[microformats-discuss] Video Pop-up Link Maker
danny.ayers at gmail.com
Thu Oct 13 07:22:44 PDT 2005
On 10/13/05, Tantek Çelik <tantek at cs.stanford.edu> wrote:
> Dublin Core is more theory than practice on the *Web*.
> If you disagree, please provide a good sampling of *actual* *http* URLs
> which clearly illustrate use of Dublin Core, preferably with *visible* data
> (rather than invisible metadata).
Ok, I did a little pinging, results so far:
OAIster is a front-end to OAI  data. OAI uses Dublin Core .
OAI is a clear use case for GRDDL, but this is another story :)
also, http://dublincore.org/projects/ might be useful to you
Except that Tantek is missing something thats written on the OAIster
homepage: its built upon the OAI Metadata Harvesting Protocol
The specification mandates that *every* OAI-MHP compliant repository
*must* export metadata as simple (unqualified) Dublin Core. They can
have other formats, but they must support DC as a minimum.
So creator is, in fact, dc:creator.
The OAI Repository Explorer is probably a better starting point if you
want to see actual XML and Dublin Core:
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