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Re: KR & W3C (was KR & Issue/bug tracking terms in RDFS?)

From: Paul Prescod <paul@prescod.net>
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 16:51:34 -0800
Message-ID: <3E03BB16.7050309@prescod.net>
To: "Richard H. McCullough" <rhm@cdepot.net>
CC: Joshua Allen <joshuaa@microsoft.com>, RDF-Interest <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>

Richard H. McCullough wrote:

> My comments are prefixed with #####.

I've been meaning to ask for a while why it is becoming so common for 
people to invent a variety of random quoting mechanisms rather than just 
using the > signs that have been the standard on the Internet for so 
long. My pattern matcher does not like being reconfigured for every one 
of the hundreds of messages I read every day. It seems to be an Outlook 
thing but isn't there a way to configure Outlook to conform to the 
standards that prevailed on the Internet before it even existed???

> ##### I called it "knowledge representation language" for a while.  It 
> seemed very natural to shorten that to "KR".  I don't think this has 
> caused a problem within the RDF-Interest group.  The rest of my 
> comments will use "KR" to denote my language.

Why not call it KRL? That's the natural acronym for a "Knowledge 
Representation Language". I have to agree with Joshua that I found this 
quite confusing for a while until I understood that you were using the 
acronym in a non-standard way.

  Paul Prescod
Received on Friday, 20 December 2002 19:52:20 GMT

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