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Re: editing the cool uri document together

From: Leo Sauermann <leo.sauermann@dfki.de>
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2007 12:00:47 +0100
Message-ID: <473D785F.1050703@dfki.de>
To: W3C SWEO IG <public-sweo-ig@w3.org>, Richard Cyganiak <richard@cyganiak.de>, Max Völkel <voelkel@fzi.de>

It was Leo Sauermann who said at the right time 16.11.2007 10:42 the 
following words:
> To start it,
> I work today on changes suggested in SWDs feedback:
> https://gnowsis.opendfki.de/repos/gnowsis/papers/2006_11_concepturi/feedback/ReviewCoolURIs_SWD.htm 
> I will work down from top-to-bottom, there are about 20-30 issues.

Ok, just to keep you updated:
I fixed some of the issues noted here:

A critical thing that we may want to add is a test to check if a 'URI is 
a non-information resource or an information resource:

example rules of thumb how to distinguish between document identifiers 
and concept identifiers (information and non-information resources). 
Write some wget examples that do that? Leo thinks we did not cover the 
crucial point yet: what is the definitive test to get a URI for a 
non-information resource? Range-14 says: "If an "http" resource responds 
to a GET request with a 303 (See Other) response, then the resource 
identified by that URI could be any resource;" Or is this such a problem 
at all? At the end the RDF:Type says what is what.
 I would put that into the 4.6. implementation section.

Does anyone have a one-line bash|python|perl script for that?

> best
> Leo
> It was Leo Sauermann who said at the right time 15.11.2007 10:28 the 
> following words:
>> Hi SWEO,
>> I reviewed the reviews we got on the URI paper from SWD and TAG and 
>> Timbl,
>> and collected them in the SVN we use, annotating them and colorcoding 
>> them according to "will do" and "won't do".
>> I also extracted the key problems and changes we need to do.
>> There are many changes to do and it will take a considerable amount 
>> of time doing them, I would guess a little less than four days of 
>> work for a person.  Given the guess of one half-day we have in our 
>> charter as "working on sweo", this can take many weeks for me to 
>> finish alone.
>> Now we need to:
>> * read the reviews and work on the document, incorporating fixes and 
>> changes
>> * somehow get an editing process running, noting which changes we did 
>> and which not, status, etc. (I only know this from scientific papers, 
>> but never did a w3c note)
>> here I collected all the links to documents that have reviewed:
>> https://gnowsis.opendfki.de/repos/gnowsis/papers/2006_11_concepturi/feedback/index.htm 
>> I would now suggest the following process, as a humble start:
>> * checkout the folder from SVN
>>   https://gnowsis.opendfki.de/repos/gnowsis/papers/2006_11_concepturi/
>> * read the feedback/index.htm and find a not-done review item that 
>> you want to do.
>> * write an e-mail to public-sweo-ig@w3.org and leo.sauermann@dfki.de 
>> indicating what you would do
>> * do it and once finished, mark the paragraph in the review that you 
>> have realised as "DONE, Firstname Secondname on 20.11.2007"
>> * make a SVN diff of the changes and send it to me (or I can give you 
>> anytime an svn account for the repository)
>> derivations from this process are also ok. The time between writing 
>> the email "I'll do it" and sending the diff should be short not to 
>> come into versioning trouble.
>> remains the question how to credit helping hands - contributors?
>> best
>> Leo

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