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A historical backlog of known technical issues is acknowledged, and available for discussion in the FOAF wiki.Proposals for resolving these issues are welcomed, either on foaf-dev or via the wiki.Adding semantics to the Web involves two things: allowing documents which have information in machine-readable forms, and allowing links to be created with relationship values.Only when we have this extra level of semantics will we be able to use computer power to help us exploit the information to a greater extent than our own reading.The FOAF specification is produced as part of the FOAF project, to provide authoritative documentation of the contents, status and purpose of the RDF/XML vocabulary and document formats known informally as 'FOAF'.The authors welcome comments on this document, preferably via the public FOAF developers list [email protected]; public archives are available.
It is built using decentralised Semantic Web technology, and has been designed to allow for integration of data across a variety of applications, Web sites and services, and software systems.Computer programs will be able to scutter around a Web of documents designed for machines rather than humans, storing the information they find, keeping a list of "see also" pointers to other documents, checking digital signatures (for the security minded) and building Web pages and question-answering services based on the harvested documents. FOAF files are just text documents (well, Unicode documents).They are written in XML syntax, and adopt the conventions of the Resource Description Framework (RDF).Further work is also needed on the explanatory text in this specification and on the FOAF website; progress towards this will be measured in the version number of future revisions to the FOAF specification.
This revision of the specification consists mostly of editorial improvments.New terms may be added at any time (as with a natural-language dictionary), and consequently this specification is an evolving work.The FOAF RDF namespace, by contrast, is fixed and it's identifier is not expected to change.To achieve this, FOAF takes a liberal approach to data exchange.