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Today's telecon / Agenda Item

From: Hausenblas, Michael <michael.hausenblas@joanneum.at>
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2007 11:07:46 +0100
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In anticipation of the today's agenda, I'd like to propose
a discussion item (might be an input for UC or primer).

So far (please correct me) we've been talking about RDF
being embedded in a single HTML page. This is valid and
true for various cases, though not the only aspect thinkable.

Image the following situation:

 Urs goes through his feeds and encounters a news headline
 like "Clinton-Obama Ticket Stirs Fear in GOP". The news site
 hosting the article of course uses RDFa to describe the
 content semantically. Next Urs wants to know more about GOP,
 finally finding himself at "https://www.gop.com/", etc.

What we see here is a session rather than a single page visit.

The issue I'd like to raise now is: 

"How can RDFa and RDFa-based tools help to gather information
collected in a typical user's (cross-site) session".

Technically I guess this would mean to build a RDF graph until
either the user tells the systems to reset it or a contradiction
was encountered.

What do you think?


 Michael Hausenblas, MSc.
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