[Clipart] Re: clipart Digest, Vol 11, Issue 26
bryce at bryceharrington.com
Tue Jan 18 22:40:42 PST 2005
Thanks for the pointer, I didn't know this existed.
Scroll down to the very bottom of that page, to the reference to "RDF".
It suggests RDF will provide a replacement for PICS.
The Open Clip Art Library has been pushing hard for getting RDF support,
and in fact has gotten support for it added to Inkscape. As well, we've
produced a Perl module, SVG::Metadata, which enables adding RDF to SVG
images. Today, all of OCAL's SVG images are required to include RDF
XML embedded into each document, and in fact we reject any SVG images
that don't have it.
What we're needing right now is the keyword vocabulary to add to RDF to
On Wed, 19 Jan 2005, Mat Hounsell wrote:
> The W3C has a content classification "framework". Perhaps that is a useful
> place to begin. It would be embedded in the xml of each document. And PICS
> software could then apply the filtering rules chosen by distributor or viewer.
> Basically the problem of PICS is determining a vocabulary, existin or new?
> The PICSTM specification enables labels (metadata) to be associated with
> Internet content. It was originally designed to help parents and teachers
> control what children access on the Internet, but it also facilitates other
> uses for labels, including code signing and privacy. The PICS platform is one
> on which other rating services and filtering software have been built.
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