Rule Interchange Format is now a W3C Standard

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W3C announces the publication of a new standard for building rule systems on the Web: Rule Interchange Format (RIF).

The goal of RIF is to facilitate the interoperation and interchange between various rule languages and rule engines. RIF defines a common XML serialization language for several declarative rule languages (like OMG SBVR, OMG PRR, SWRL, a subfamily of RuleML, etc)

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