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On 6/20/14, 1:49 PM, Joe Hourcle wrote:

>
> Now, it's possible that this whole "we don't need to bother with
> http://" thing has spilled into the CMS building community, and
> they're actively stripping it out.

I actually had the editors of an ALA publication remove "http://" 
whenever it preceded "www" because they were convinced that you only 
needed "http://" when there was no "www" at the front of the domain 
name. I had to fight to get the "http://" put back in.  (I believe the 
excuse was that it took up space.)

>  From their page, I think they're
> using Drupal, but the horrible block of HTML that this was in is
> blatantly MS Word's 'save as HTML' foulness:
>
>    <h2><span lang="EN-US"><a name="HowItWorks_LinkedData"></a>Linked Data</span></h2>
>    <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Linked data is part of the ISNI-IAs strategy to make ISNIs freely available and widely diffused.&nbsp; Each assigned ISNI is accessible by a persistent URI in the form isni-url.oclc.nl/isni/0000000134596520 (for example) &nbsp;and soon also in the form isni.org/isni/0000000134596520.&nbsp;</span></p>
>    <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Coming soon:&nbsp; ISNI core metadata in RDF triples.&nbsp; The RDF triples will be embedded in the public web pages and the format will be available via the persistent URI and the SRU search API.</span></p>
>    <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></p>

Which is so foul that Dreamweaver has a "Clean up Word HTML" command in 
its menu. But you still end up with pretty bad HTML.

kc

>
> -Joe
>
>
>
>>> On 20 June 2014 18:57, Eric Lease Morgan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Jun 20, 2014, at 10:56 AM, Richard Wallis <
>>>> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>           authority control|simple identifier |Linked Data capability
>>>>>          +-----------------+------------------+--------------+
>>>>>   VIAF   |        X        |        X         |      X       |
>>>>>          +-----------------+------------------+--------------+
>>>>>   ORCID  |                 |        X         |              |
>>>>>          +-----------------+------------------+--------------+
>>>>>    ISNI  |        X        |        X         |      X       |
>>>>>          +-----------------+------------------+--------------+
>>>> Increasingly I like linked data, and consequently, here is clarification
>>>> and a question. ORCID does support RDF, but only barely. It can output
>>>> FOAF-like data, but not bibliographic. Moreover, it is experimental, at
>>>> best:
>>>>
>>>>    curl -L -H 'accept: application/rdf+xml'
>>>> http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9952-7800
>>>>
>>>> In what ways does ISNI support linked data?
>>>>
>>>> ---
>>>> Eric Morgan
>>>>
>>>
>> -- 
>> Karen Coyle
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