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Re: ISSUE-37: how to proceed

From: Andy Seaborne <andy.seaborne@epimorphics.com>
Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2012 10:18:37 +0000
Message-ID: <50AF4D7D.7060709@epimorphics.com>
To: public-ldp-wg@w3.org

On 21/11/12 17:23, Wilde, Erik wrote:
> hello andrei.
> On 2012-11-21 06:33 , "Andrei Sambra" <andrei.sambra@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think some us have started implementing LDP endpoints (or at least
>> parts of it), so maybe we can all come together and share our views and
>> experiences on the progress so far. Can we do this on a wiki page? I have
>> a feeling that our implementation ideas will ultimately converge into a
>> generic model.
> you're an optimist, and i like that! however, i don't think that our views
> will magically converge (there are just many different ways to model this
> domain).

Two steps:

Having statement of what people's views are would be a good start.

Then draw out a framework and identify the key points of difference.

A wiki page is better for the statements of experience and viewpoints 
than email messages because it is input to a discussion, not a 
discussion of the view.  It (a wiki page) is longer lasting as well.


> even if our ideas converged, we would need at least some
> framework (maybe just the subsections i have used in my email) to explain
> this agreed-upon model to somebody reading the spec for the first time.
> and if we don't converge (which would be understandable because there are
> many different ways in which you could model this, all equally valid
> design, just different ways to approach the problem, probably based on
> different use cases people have in mind), then this framework (the
> subsections) at least might give us a good starting point to talk through
> all questions in a structured way. i think so far all discussions around
> fundamental model question meandered for a while with people expressing
> different preferences, and then these threads just died off. we need a
> better way how we can get to an explicit agreement in this, so that we all
> know what we're doing, we can tell others what we're doing, and we don't
> have to revisit these questions.
> cheers,
> dret.
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