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Re: Deliverable 12.1.1

From: Graham Klyne <GK@NineByNine.org>
Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 23:36:29 +0000
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To: public-esw <public-esw@w3.org>

Also, I just heard about this:

Just to let you know that we have now a maintained resource with all the
W3C TR publications:


At 11:31 AM 11/6/02 +0000, Graham Klyne wrote:

>There's a bibliography of RFCs, ISO, ITU and a few W3C specs in an XML 
>format at xml.resource.org (site seems down at moment, so can't give 
>definite URL).
>The XML format used is taken from RFC 2629 [1], and would be easy enough 
>to convert to RDF/foaf++.
>[1] http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2629.txt
>At 06:00 PM 11/5/02 +0000, Dave Reynolds wrote:
>>Dan Brickley wrote:
>> >
>> > Agreed. You might also want to edit intro.html in the reports directory to
>> > point to it, if you've not done that already.
>> > Regarding bibliographies, I did (for obscure reasons) start collecting up
>> > the ISBNs of all the books I own. Also scribbled a title/author, but the
>> > main thing I wanted was isbns; hope is to hook into a lookup-via-isbn web
>> > service to get richer metadata to autogenerate bibliographic records, and
>> > provide fodder for collaborative filtering apps. I'm not sure if that kind
>> > if bibliographic app fits with your plans, have only had time for quickest
>> > skim of the document today...
>>Does sound like a possible fit. It'd certainly be nice to have lots of 
>>ways to
>>seed a bibliography record and link to several web services to fill in 
>>the known
>>details and ISBNs is a good example of a useful seed. Collaborative 
>>filtering of
>>books sounds like possible test case - at least as a thought experiment 
>>to check
>>how it might be built on top of whatever architecture/tool-set emerges.
>Graham Klyne

Graham Klyne
Received on Thursday, 7 November 2002 04:10:27 UTC

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