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RE: GRDDL WG Meeting this Wed: GRDDL Deployment opportunities.

From: Danny Ayers <Danny.Ayers@talis.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2007 11:12:23 +0100
Message-ID: <DD5E887552496241BC701548837A282F05A8279B@nemo.talis.local>
To: "Harry Halpin" <hhalpin@ibiblio.org>, <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>


> 1) DanBri is interested in MusicBrainz,
> 2) there's work Bruce D'Arcus is interested in OpenDoc (ODF)
> 3) I think as regards Atom it might be useful to get Henry 
> Story and Kanzaki talking the same vocabulary - i.e. use 
> Kanzaki's XSLT to map to Atom/OWL and do owl:sameAs with 
> relevant bits of RSS 1.0.

owl:sameAs seems a bit of a blunt instrument, but pragmatically it might
make sense to ignore Atom's peculiar approach to IDs..?

> 4) WSDL->WSDL RDF is a low-lying fruit.

I read that as low-flying fruit :-)

> What do peopel prefer?
> 
> Inviting some of them to a GRDDL  telecon and usign that time 
> to talk over issues and provide impetus would  be a good 
> idea, and the SWCG approves.

Sounds good, assuming the individuals concerned are up for it.

> SWEO has asked for some "real world" uses of GRDDL, so let's 
> press and get some done!

In the pipeline I've also got metalink XML (mostly used for p2p/file
sharing, see http://metalinker.org) and APML ("attention profiling...",
see http://apml.org/). Ant Bryan of Metalinker has been very positive
and helpful re. deployment, already got a provisional profile in place.
I've only just started talking to the APML folks, but get the impression
they wouldn't be averse to having the necessary included in their
namespace doc assuming someone's willing to provide the markup/XSLT on a
plate (their format isn't yet stable, I suspect it could be a lot more
linky).

Cheers,
Danny.
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