[Geowanking]RDF help sought
jim at jibbering.com
Mon May 12 08:30:35 PDT 2003
"Richard Soderberg" <rs at crystalflame.net>
> > http://example.com/37.75,-122.45,15/2002-11-05T13:15:30Z/event.html
> > p.s. Be nice. I'm developing a photo db, and the GEO/RDF/RSS
> > world is all new to me.
> So I can tag my photos individually with URLs that designate where and
> they were taken -- a GPS waypoint for every photo? Eenteresting. I'd be
> thrilled to see this happen. Are you part of this project?
Would it not be appropriate to simply embed the full RDF into the photo
rather than having to invent a new URI format for it, it's less limiting,
for the above URI, I presumably am limited to WGS 84 lat/lon's in certain
formats, and am forced onto a single time format. Currently I have RDF
waypoints for the place I spend every night (since Feb 13th) and any places
where I travelled some distance in the day, this means I can relatively
easily provide some withinXm for all the photos I take assuming I know the
date of taking. Embedding this inside the photos is pretty easy and
standard using Adobe's XMP format.
> If you compare http://www.benhammersley.com/foaf.rdf and
> http://www.crystalflame.net/foaf.rdf , I stole his FOAF file and added
> geo:lat/long attributes to my specific location.
Plotting your file on my RDF consuming SVG is a little disappointing, as
although it finds two places in the file, it can't find labels for either of
the places, I need to improve how I find these, does anyone have any
suggestions of what I might do.
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