Actually, given the importance of FOAF, particularly for social
networking stuff of which we want bibliographic solutions (like
Zotero) to evolve more into, this would seem non-controversial:
<author> <Contribution> <agent> <foaf:Person> <foaf:givenname>John</foaf:givenname> <foaf:surname>Doe</foaf:surname> </foaf:Person> </agent> <position>1</position> </Contribution> </author>
The FOAF developers are really good, too; am talking to them about
rationalizing their name model.