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RE: Comments on 18 September 2003 editors draft

From: David Orchard <dorchard@bea.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 16:37:52 -0700
To: <www-tag@w3.org>
Message-ID: <048b01c37f07$0de78080$fe2b000a@beasys.com>
Ian suggested that I send a png of my first cut at the web arch model, so
here it is..

Cheers,
Dave

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> I've sent Ian a UML diagram showing relationships between a
> number of terms
> that we use in the document, such as: representation, data, metadata,
> resource, uri, message, agent, format, media type, fragment
> identifier,
> schema language.  I'd like to formally propose to the tag
> that we include a
> diagram that shows the relationships between many of the
> terms that we talk
> about in our document.  I have done the same in the extensibility and
> versioning finding with the terminology diagram.  Ian has
> suggest that we
> gradually introduce the terms, like rep/resource/uri, followed by
> message/rep/data/metadata.  I like that idea a lot and
> support it.  I've
> suggested another few diagram subsets that would be useful.
> I do think that
> we should have a complete model of most of the terms that we
> talk about, not
> just fragments.  I'd like the tag to formally discuss and
> hopefully approve
> this idea.  I suggest that this could be part of section 6,
> which has an
> index to terms (ie glossary).  I'm amenable to various
> notational styles of
> the model.  I simply picked uml as I'm familiar with it, it's somewhat
> standardized, and I have tools for it.
>
> I'd like to see a diagram in 3.1, pretty much what we had
> written up on the
> board in vancouver.
>
> Cheers,
> Dave
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WebArch.png
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