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Re: POI Core strawman

From: Rob Manson <roBman@mob-labs.com>
Date: Tue, 03 May 2011 15:56:08 +1000
To: "public-poiwg@w3.org" <public-poiwg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <1304402168.3068.384830.camel@robslapu>
I think this is a good point Thomas...and kind of the opposite of the
recent discussion about "should a POI require a Location?".  

It's really a question about "should a POI allow MORE than a Location?"

Again I would think the the Point in POI suggest no.  I see a POI as a
useful tool for linking or binding "things" to "locations".  Making
these other geometries as well as other media just "things" that are
"related" to the POI makes it much more flexible and open ended.

Otherwise are we really just re-inventing or revisiting the type of work
started in geojson[1], etc?

If yes, then there's a bunch of other things that could be added in
based on that.


roBman

[1] http://wiki.geojson.org/GeoJSON_draft_version_6#Specification 


On Mon, 2011-05-02 at 21:38 +0200, Thomas Wrobel wrote:
> Excellent work, that should help get the ball rolling on getting this
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> I'd have to go down the thing element by element, but I see a few
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> * If you use an object to define a georeferance , for example, you'd
> still need the centre point defined in some other way as well....an
> object could be used to represent a relative volume, but it doesn't
> specify a location by itself. So I think that should be mentioned.
> Also, it should be clear that the definition of an area by object is
> quite different to specifying a 3d object to place at a POI (which is
> of course the typical AR use-case).
> Essentially I think its easy at the moment to get location information
> and the data which it places mixed up.  Geo-reference should be "where
> you put something" but what you put there should be specified
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> * Unless I'm missing something, I think the document also needs a
> element for this data to be positioned...I'd vote for simple a "data"
> element that takes a URL and a MIME type - letting people position any
> arbitrary data or document with the POI. For AR use this would be the
> link to the 3D model, but it would also make it easy to link a
> location to a webpage, or even a sound file. (making audio tours very
> easy to make).
> significant/worthy to be discussed?
> Either way, great start to work from.
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> On 2 May 2011 19:59, Matt Womer <mdw@w3.org> wrote:
> > Hi all,
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> > In the interest of getting us closer to publishing a First Public Working Draft, I've created a skeleton editor's draft that is based on materials in the wiki [1], the mailing list, the discussions we have had during calls and face-to-face meetings, and some stuff (the XML syntax in particular) that I just made up as I went along.  There are lots of parts that are incomplete, insufficient, and probably extremely dangerous, but I think it should provide us a good framework for discussions going forward.
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> > Here it is, enjoy:
> >        http://www.w3.org/2010/POI/documents/Core/POI%20Core%20Draft.html
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> > I would ask that as we discuss this, please create new email threads for significant issues rather than just responding to this message.  In the interest of not needlessly spamming the list, please send typos, editorial nits, etc to me directly.  Please also cite the date on the top of the document as well.
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> > Editor pro tempore
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> > [1] In particular: http://www.w3.org/2010/POI/wiki/Core/Draft http://www.w3.org/2010/POI/wiki/Data_Model and http://www.w3.org/2010/POI/wiki/
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