On 2010-06-14, at 10:58, email@example.com wrote:
User, as in developer? LV2 users never see turtle data.
This what we had in LADSPA, more or less, but in reality it said things like "Licence": "GPL", which is not very helpful.
>> and are widely used on the internet (there are in excess of 200M
It's meant for machines, so you wouldn't have seen one, but here's an example: http://firstname.lastname@example.org&fmt=foaf
>>> If this has to be part of an LV2 plugin somehow (and it's not
Some things are marked MUST, some SHOULD. I don't see how it could be more clear.
>>> I'm more and more convinced that people creating these sort of
Well, I am one of those people who believe that I'm creating meaning.
>> I'm not quite sure why you have come to such a dismissive
No, and no, but it's missing the point. Just because some percentage of the data is wrong, it doesn't mean there's not value to sharing it (c.f. Wikipedia).
> Back to the technical side, it all seems as futile as including
I disagree, but I'm thoroughly uninterested in arguing the point.
I see a very large value in standardisation, even across domains - clearly you don't, and that's a perfectly valid viewpoint. History will no doubt show one of us to be correct.
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