Add an atom:meta element based on XHTML and RDF
PaceLinkRelPrefixReg and PaceRelationshipConstruct are taking that atom:link element in two different directions. The former is aimed squarely at expressing simple relationships between addressible web resources. The latter is intended to support arbitrary metadata about subjects, predicates, and objects in terms of uniform resource identifiers.
This pace is designed to allow these goals to be pursued separately and without compromise. It also leverages existing work in a related area.
work in progress: this is just a sketch at this point
Add a <atom:meta> element to <atom:feed>, <atom:entry> and possibly Person Constructs.
<atom:meta> elements have two, mutualy exclusive attributes, property and about, both defined as QNames.
The content of <atom:meta> may either be a simple string or may be a list of <atom:meta> and <atom:link> elements. The rel attribute of <atom:link> elements contained within a <atom:meta> elements is to be interpreted as a QName.
It is recognized that some tools will not see a need to implement support for this method in its entirety.
See also: RDF/A