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Re: 'area profiles' - use case for back links

From: Raphaël Troncy <raphael.troncy@eurecom.fr>
Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2015 11:52:38 +0200
To: janowicz@ucsb.edu, Joshua Lieberman <jlieberman@tumblingwalls.com>
Cc: public-sdw-wg@w3.org
Message-ID: <55C32E66.1050807@eurecom.fr>
Le 05/08/2015 20:44, Krzysztof Janowicz a écrit :
>> It has the potential, however, to make the Web of Data much more
>> easily navigable.
>
> Yes, but it would also be a great tool for DoS attacks, SPAM, and so
> forth. You can check back links in your own logs and I think it would be
> great to have a nice tool or even hub that collects such data but I
> would not propose it as an architectural feature of the Linked Data Web.
> Also, as argued before this is not a spatial data problem.

Indeed, this is not a specific spatial data problem although it is 
definitively a nice feature to have in many systems: knowing what data 
out there has been published that have for geographical extent a 
particular spatial area.

In weblogs, there have been several proposals for having those 
"backlinks", which often consist in pinging other sites. Drupal has this 
trackback mechanism [1].

In the Semantic Web area, long time ago, PTSW (Ping The Semantic Web) 
has been proposed but http://pingthesemanticweb.com/ is now down :-( Do 
you know what's happened with the service? According to [2], this 
service is now the property of the OpenLink Software company.
Best regards.

   Raphaël

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trackback
[2] http://fgiasson.com/blog/index.php/category/pingthesemanticweb/

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