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last updated at 2003-04-29 23:21
danbri: Never 'eard of it.
danbri: No sign of RDF dumps. Wonder how it relates to musicbrainz.
DanC: proposed standard, RFC3028, January 2001
DanC: hmm... compare contrast with RDF/N3 rules, e.g. myMailRules, from my RDF email stuff
DanC: with Maildir, a suggestion for keeping mail clients in sync
DanC: re the MailStorePuzzle
DanC: Lujo Bauer, Michael A. Schneider, and Edward W. Felten. To appear in Proceedings of the 11th USENIX Security Symposium, August 2002.
DanC: a recent addtion to the PCA stuff, cited in Logic on the Web
DanC: "Our access-control system involves three types of players: web browsers, web servers, and fact servers (which issue tokens that can certify not only successful authentication but also any other type of fact that they store)."
danbri: SIMILE: Extending DSpace for metadata and service interoperability using RDF and the Semantic Web
danbri: "SIMILE is a joint project conducted by the W3C, HP, MIT Libraries, and MIT's Lab for Computer Science, and is a research-oriented successor project to previous work to create the DSpace open-source software and production service at MIT Libraries. SIMILE is sponsored by HP through the HP-MIT Research Alliance and is expected to run through 2005. Like DSpace, software output from SIMILE will be open-source."
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