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RE: Topics for discussion at the June f2f

From: David Orchard <dorchard@bea.com>
Date: Wed, 10 May 2006 10:53:19 -0700
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To: "Dan Connolly" <connolly@w3.org>, <Vincent.Quint@inrialpes.fr>
Cc: <www-tag@w3.org>

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I'm with Dan on the bandwidth issue.  Out of the 3 listed, I've
effectively worked on the first 2 (state and URNs, Namespaces and
Registries) and made only partial progress on the 3rd.  Not the order
that I had wanted but that's the way things go.

Cheers,
Dave

> 
>  * state and security
>  * semantic web architecture
>    the "Abstract Component References" and
>    "Associating Resources with Namespaces" findings
>    seem to be part of this theme perhaps
>    "URNs, Namespaces and Registries" too.
>  * versioning and extensibility
> 
> I suspect that we have bandwidth for only 1 out
> of the three on any given telcon and 2 out of
> the three for any sustained effort.
> 
> I'd like to find a somewhat more narrow scope for the
> "The use of Metadata in URIs" and "URI Schemes and Web Protocols"
> findings. For the latter, perhaps "when to make a new URI scheme"
> and/or "some good and bad experiences with new URI schemes"
> discussing DAV:, tel:, mms:, jabber: ... hmm... and very
> nearby is "URNs, Namespaces and Registries". Maybe the
> doing story-telling around semantic-web architecture would clarify.
> 
> Perhaps being customer/audience driven would help...
> audiences/customers that come to mind include:
> 
>   - the javascript/XML access control task force
>   - mobile best practices WG
> 
> Hmm... this is sort of a ramble that hasn't really come to
> any conclusion. I think I'll send it anyway...
> 
> 
> 
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