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Drive 3.3 and other stuff

From: Rahul Singh <kingtiny@DriveRDF.org>
Date: Sun, 05 Oct 2003 22:33:00 -0400
Message-ID: <3F80D45C.9070703@DriveRDF.org>
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org

Hi all,

Just a short message with a few updates.

- Drive just got a minor bug fixed and is available as Drive 3.3. 
(http://www.driverdf.org/)
- Just posted a short article about using Drive from COM including a sample.
- If you use Drive I would appreciate your feedback (any comments are 
welcome) with regards to how you use it, what is good/bad about it and 
what would be a good addition to it. See 
http://www.driverdf.org/feedback.html

- Just released the Drive RDF Toolbar for Internet Explorer. If you used 
the Drive RDF Browser then you will like this. 
http://www.driverdf.org/articles/TheDriveRDFToolbarforInte.html

- Also posted a small demo of importing events in RSS 1.0 to Outlook 
Calendars to my weblog 
(http://www.kingtiny.net/weblog/RSStoOutlook.html). It raises a few 
questions:
   
    1. What would be the difference/advantage (if anything) in using RSS 
1.0 (which is RDF) vs using an ontology such as iCal 
(http://www.w3.org/2002/12/cal/ical.rdf).
    2. Why can't it be done using RSS 2.0 or 0.91? (Well at the XML 
level it can but what about at the higher level?) What do you say to 
people who go "Big deal. We can do the same in RSS 2.0"?
 

Cheers,

Rahul
kingtiny@DriveRDF.org
Received on Sunday, 5 October 2003 22:33:06 GMT

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