Let me state that this just occurred to me, so it’s going to seem a bit weird.
<a href="http://domesticat.net/" rel="friend met">Amy</a>
Now, here’s the thing … Amy is my friend, but she’s Jeff’s wife. If I comment that I make on Jeff’s site, is some theoretical Semantic Web content-extractor going to think that Amy is Jeff’s friend whom he’s met, or will the rel=”friend met” apply to me, since I am the author of my comment?
This is not a very trivial matter. If Jeff got with the XFN and started putting rel=”friend met co-resident spouse sweetheart” into every link with Amy’s name in it—admittedly, a bit of a chore unless Jeff hacks together a glossary of people that he mentions semi-frequently on his site so that a little hackery allows WordPress to auto-generate such gloriously laborious information—will a SemWeb c-e get confused by this?
Has this occurred to anyone else? :shrug: I just post crap as I think about it.