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Re: protocol draft available

From: <jos.deroo@agfa.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Nov 2004 20:27:15 +0100
To: kendall@monkeyfist.com
Cc: public-rdf-dawg@w3.org, public-rdf-dawg-request@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF9C9052C6.C0039D24-ONC1256F49.00690577-C1256F49.006AF69E@agfa.com>

Kendall,

While reading your draft (which I more than enjoy!) I was wondering
how it would look for the cases we use daily..
(although I could do this myself, I thought your help would be better :))

For example, we use (on intranet)

http://josd.he.agfa.be:8081/euler.EulerRunner?doProof=http://josd.he.agfa.be:8081/2004/04rm/refGuidelines/pregnancyProtectionFetus.n3 
http://www.agfa.com/w3c/euler/rdfs-rules.n3 --nope --think --query 
http://josd.he.agfa.be:8081/2004/04rm/refGuidelines/pregnancyProtectionFetusQ.n3

This is not url-encoded (but the browsers and http clients that I use are 
happy with it)
and basically indicates that service 
http://josd.he.agfa.be:8081/euler.EulerRunner
is given the command line arguments that we use for euler proof mechanism
i.e.
given graphs
 
http://josd.he.agfa.be:8081/2004/04rm/refGuidelines/pregnancyProtectionFetus.n3
  http://www.agfa.com/w3c/euler/rdfs-rules.n3
and modi
  --nope i.e. "no proof explanation"
  --think i.e. "find all proofs"
return the answers for
  --query 
 
http://josd.he.agfa.be:8081/2004/04rm/refGuidelines/pregnancyProtectionFetusQ.n3


and then we get back

:An :mustHave :confirmationOfNonPregnancy. 


hope this is not too much of a burden :)
thanks


-- 
Jos De Roo, AGFA http://www.agfa.com/w3c/jdroo/




Kendall Clark <kendall@monkeyfist.com>
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09/11/2004 15:17
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        Subject:        protocol draft available



Les Chiens,

I'm relieved (!) to say that I've finally got a protocol draft that
I'm willing to publicly share, in the event anyone's still
interested. You can find it at

                     http://monkeyfist.com/kendall/sparql-protocol/

but that should be considered a temporary location, I suspect.

If the primary consideration was that it fit on one sheet of paper,
then either I was the wrong person to work on this or it's just more
complex than that. Or both. :>

I worked really hard to describe an abstract protocol that could be
realized in the Unix command-line environment, SOAP, HTTP, BEEP, and
other diverse environments, and that took a great deal of time. I
biased that abstract description in favor of HTTP, when things were
otherwise tricky, but I hope not too much.

It probably doesn't need to be said, but this is a draft, it's full of
warts, bugs, and outright errors. I will continue to work on it pretty
much all the time, which means now that I'm sharing it, I'll add some
date/time/RCS-markers, so that changes are easier to detect.

I hope that it helps, at the very least, focus our discussion and move
us toward CR status with all deliberate speed.

Best,
Kendall Clark
-- 
Sometimes it's appropriate, even patriotic, to be ashamed of your
country. -- James Howard Kunstler
Received on Thursday, 11 November 2004 19:27:56 GMT

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