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This specification describes the FOAF language, defined as a dictionary of named properties and classes using W3C's RDF technology.
FOAF is a project devoted to linking people and information using the Web.
Maybe you feel sick to your stomach every time she goes out and you don’t know where she is.
I’m not saying to approach your partner with boxing gloves on, ready to fight. This weekend, they were out late again with a group (her and her roommate, him and a friend).But I am saying that if it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck: It’s probably a duck. I had told her that I would feel better about it if I met him and she said that was necessary. What is bothering me now is something I need to get over.If you’ve checked the phone and there’s nothing there, this is still your issue. I am feeling like they were “fated” to get together.FOAF does not compete with socially-oriented Web sites; rather it provides an approach in which different sites can tell different parts of the larger story, and by which users can retain some control over their information in a non-proprietary format.FOAF has been evolving gradually since its creation in mid-2000.A historical backlog of known technical issues is acknowledged, and available for discussion on the FOAF mailing list.Proposals for resolving these issues are welcomed, on foaf-dev.There is now a stable core of classes and properties that will not be changed, beyond modest adjustments to their documentation to track implementation feedback and emerging best practices.New terms may be added at any time (as with a natural-language dictionary), and consequently this specification is an evolving work.See the changes section for more detailed change-log information. Other projects alongside FOAF provide other sets of classes and properties, many of which are linked with those defined in FOAF.FOAF descriptions are themselves published as linked documents in the Web (eg. The result of the FOAF project is a network of documents describing a network of people (and other stuff).