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Re: Deliverable 12.1.1

From: Dave Reynolds <der@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2002 16:20:42 +0000
Message-ID: <3DC7EFDA.DC66D146@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
To: Dan Brickley <danbri@w3.org>
CC: public-esw <public-esw@w3.org>

Dan Brickley wrote:
> If you could copy yours into a 'chosen_demos_rationale_report'
> subdirectory, that would be good. I can clean up the other directories if
> you have any difficulty doing so (remind me, how are you editing the
> site? jigedit? cvs?).


The report is now at:

(though it's not a very pretty URL!).

I use jigedit and I've tried to clean up the old directory using the jigedit web
interface. Don't know if that is enough.

> One tiny thing that jumped out from a quick skim: s/Wiener/Winer/

Fixed. Actually I swear I fixed that within 10m of the first upload - you guys
must either be fast at downloading or there is a cache somewhere that needs

> I do like the idea of focussing on weblog-style apps. Is nicely nearterm,
> potential for mass uptake, network effects etc...

Exactly. Glad it seems like a reasonable choice to you. As I said to Danny, any
suggestions/requirements input would be welcome.
> > What is our procedure for reviewing/accepting deliverables?
> > I assume uploading to the web site was OK given our open-source stance but I
> > don't want to subvert whatever "due process" we have/intend to have.
> There's something of a watch-this-space where better process should live.
> Checking works in progress into the site is fine...


> > [*] We'd be happy to have the RDF files (currently one file per entry) and
> > associated schema public but (a) I wasn't sure on where that sort of stuff
> > should go on the site layout
> A subdirectory of the reports dir would be fine. For other misc things,
> just create a dated directory in the .../sw/Europe/YYYYMM/etc/ tree, eg
> sw/Europe/200211/appsurvey-data/

OK. I'll try to get something done on that this week. Need to decide whether to
keep the separate files or just munge into one big file.

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