On 2010-06-13, at 21:17, email@example.com wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 13, 2010 at 12:58:11PM -0400, Jeremy wrote:
So, the plugin contains a certain amount of "metadata". Things like the licence, the author, where to go and find documentation, and so on.
The DOAP and FOAF schemas can express this information and are widely used on the internet (there are in excess of 200M FOAF files out there), so reusing their structures makes sense.
> If this has to be part of an LV2 plugin somehow (and it's not
http://lv2plug.in/spec/lv2.ttl defines what data must be present.
> If these things are not a required part of any LV2 file, what
Oh joy. Random ad hominem attacks remind me why I lost interest in the free software "community".
I'm not quite sure why you have come to such a dismissive conclusion, of a technology that you admit you don't understand. It's always possible that the many thousands of companies using this technology to solve real world problems are operating under some sort of mass hysteria of course, but I don't think so.
If you actually care, and that is not just an attempt at rabble-rousing, try reading something at http://linkeddata.org/guides-and-tutorials - http://www.w3.org/DesignIssues/LinkedData.html is particularly clear and to the point.
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