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last updated at 2006-05-16 18:43
DanC: yours truely to David Booth and company in , 5 May 2006
DanC: that's an attempt to write in N3 what I said, more or less, in 03 May 2006
DanC: I was trying to clarify the (published, recorded) position of the TAG. I don't think I succeeded very well.
DanC: Meanwhile, regardless of whether the TAG has decided anything relevant, the question of whether something can actually be a wordnet word and an information resource is quite relevant to the business of publishing wordnet in RDF in space
DanC: darn; the thread crosses a month boundary...
DanC: the thread is an offshoot of new proposal WN URIs and related issues, 18 Apr by Mark van Assem
DanC: a 19 Apr msg from Swick argues that words and information resources are disjoint, citing the TAG's decision on httpRange-14 as justification. While the conclusion might be the right one, I disputed the justification.
DanC: hmm... it seems that they intend to use URIs such as in any case.
logger: See discussion
KjetilK: We'll meet in the lobby of Radisson SAS at 2006-05-20 at 21:00
KjetilK: Please add your key
iand: (PDF)
DanC: provided in answer to questions about FRBR citations in Dan's IRW paper
DanC: and a suggestion to add some background references to Expression of Core FRBR Concepts in RDF
giovannit: ? :-)
karlUshi: "Microsummaries are regularly-updated succinct compilations of the most important information on web pages. They are compact enough to fit in the space available to a bookmark label, provide more useful information about pages than static page titles, and are regularly updated as new information becomes available."
karlUshi: "Microsummaries are better than page titles at labeling bookmarks because they give users quicker access to the most interesting information behind a bookmark and provide sites with a way to notify users of updates and entice them to revisit the site."
karlUshi: "The microsummary generator dialect and the use of the <link rel> element to specify microsummaries should be standardized by appropriate bodies. Appropriate bodies for standardization may include the microformats group and the WHATWG."
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