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Squishdot Posted by arml on Tuesday August 21, 04:14PM, 2001
from the dept.
Could any one explain about rdf and rfc...
or let me know where the documentation is.


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    Re: rdf/rfc
    by Amr Malik on Sunday August 26, 06:31PM, 2001
    Not sure if this is the forum for these types
    of questions, but if you want to know about RDF,
    check out http://www.w3.org/RDF/.

    I have no idea what you mean by RFC? I'm assuming you're looking for "RFC" for RDF? anyhow
    the link above is a good start. Also there is
    wealth of information available from Google as
    well if you're into "parsing RDF" for your site.
    a search on these terms will yield more than
    one can read in a few weeks! :)


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    Re: rdf/rfc
    by arml on Monday August 27, 04:55PM, 2001
    Thanks Malik

    My question was actually about the "rdf" on the side menu of the this forum.

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    Re: rdf/rfc
    by Robbie on Thursday August 30, 02:39PM, 2001
    Rdf is new to me, but I do know (and any one is welcome to correctme if I am wrong) that rfc is for 'referr for comment'. One of squishdots right hand menue's.
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    Re: rdf/rfc
    by Aaron Swartz on Tuesday September 25, 11:29PM, 2001
    The RDF on the left is really RSS. More information on RSS is available at:

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