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Re: locating subject of test results in EARL

From: Charles McCathieNevile <charles@sidar.org>
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 15:46:48 -0500
To: public-wai-ert@w3.org
Cc: ot@w3.org
Message-ID: <op.snfv0asww5l938@researchsft>

Hmm. A good starting point seems to be at  
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-annotation/2002JanJun/0130 which  
describes how the process works... (that's some way further into the  
thread, after the discussions that strike me as figuring out if it is  
possible to talk to each other which are more interesting in historic  
terms than for technical solutions).

some more flesh on the bones at  
algthough Nick had to sleep before finishing it, and the demo linked there  
is not currently available from webthing.

I haven't chased back to the earlier thread mentioned in that one, which  
covers more discussion, not the mentions in the old ER list. (I remember  
working for an organisation that said cool URIs don't change. Did they  
only mean HTTP URIs, or just some HTTP URIs?)



On Wed, 09 Mar 2005 06:55:36 -0500, Jim Ley <jim@jibbering.com> wrote:

>> FWIW, I've seen there were discussions of trying to resolve the issue of
>> locating a particular subset of a document using URIs and XPointer; I
>> guess I should note this has several limitations:
>> * it only works for XML documents
>> * it only works for documents that have a URI
> Me and Nick Kew developed a pretty reliable Fuzzy Pointer that worked  
> well for even invalid HTML documents within the previous wai-er work,  
> and within www-annotation.
> The thread starting at  
> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-annotation/2002JanJun/0125.html  
> seems to contain lots of relevant stuff and links to other threads,  
> there doesn't seem to be a good single write up anywhere though, so it's  
> not too convenient.
> Cheers,
> Jim.

Charles McCathieNevile                      Fundacion Sidar
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