RWTH Aachen University
Provenance provides vital information for evaluating quality and trustworthiness of information on the Web. To achieve this the authors must have access to semantically interchangeable provenance information and an agreement on where and how this information is to be located. The ongoing W3C provenance working group provides a promise towards leveraging these problems. In this position paper, they provide an overview of how the upcoming standards and the existing vocabularies and publication approaches could fit together so that they achieve an optimal interoperability now and in the near future.