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RE: 303 +1, WSDL -1

From: Eric Neumann <eneumann@teranode.com>
Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2007 13:55:22 -0400
Message-ID: <E7092F10DB73FA43AE0E59F2DCDAA6360A9147@MI8NYCMAIL04.Mi8.com>
To: "Alan Ruttenberg" <alanruttenberg@gmail.com>, "Mark Wilkinson" <markw@illuminae.com>
cc: "Jonathan Rees" <jonathan.rees@gmail.com>, "Michel_Dumontier" <Michel_Dumontier@carleton.ca>, "public-semweb-lifesci" <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>, "Benjamin Good" <goodb@interchange.ubc.ca>, "Natalia Villanueva Rosales" <naty.vr@gmail.com>
Two point to  include...

-----Alan Ruttenberg wrote: -----

> Problem statement:
> Enable third parties to register the fact that they have additional  
> statements to provide about something that a URI denotes, in such a  
> way as to make it easy for anyone to discover this fact. Do this in a  
> way which requires minimal coordination (ideally none) between the  
> minter of the original URI, the provider of the additional  
> statements, and the consumer of all the statements.

I  first would like to mention to this group that statements about resources, as stated in the above example, is something the POWDER groups is trying to define: http://www.w3.org/2007/powder/

This may be a logical topic for interactions between the groups.

Second (for you Rails fans)...

> Configure the purl server so that http://purl.org/provide-about/a.b/c/ 
> d/e redirects to something akin to a structured wiki page or a REST  
> service (let us assume for the moment that whoever currently provides  
> the LSID WSDL that contains this information currently is the  
> provider of this service).

The RESTful strategy is a very simple a practical method for re-routing URLs, and is used heavily in Ruby-Rails (see http://wiki.rubyonrails.com/rails/pages/NamedRoutes); it is also the basis of how I can establish stable URI in my projects even though the actual data site gets moved. 

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