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Re: Problem with Hash based Linked Data URIs

From: Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com>
Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2013 13:26:48 -0500
Message-ID: <511FCF68.5000502@openlinksw.com>
To: public-webid@w3.org
On 2/16/13 1:11 PM, Henry Story wrote:
> On 16 Feb 2013, at 18:37, Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com> wrote:
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>> On 2/16/13 12:29 PM, Henry Story wrote:
>>> Thanks Melvin for pushing towards a concrete example.
>> We need data to make Linked Data examples.
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>> Melvin: what's the URL of the resource comprised of a graph where you have many public keys associated with a single URI? Share that with Henry so that he came demonstrate his claims. Of course, I will do the same too, so over to both of you :-)
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>>> Let us take a very unlikely case of
>>> a Profile with a large number of public keys.
>> No speculation, the Web of Linked Data exists. Create a document, add content, save it, then share via a Web accessible URL.
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>>> So how are 303s not going to make things slower?
>> You have a hypothesis at this point. We arrive at facts by performing an experiment in its entirety. Your hypothesis is part of an experiment, not the experiment itself.
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>>> Can you show me how you would organise the profile in such a way that the 303 is just as efficient as the equivalent # based scheme? My guess is that it will always require one HTTP connection more than the equivalent #based scheme.
>> Don't guess, perform the experiment.
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>>> This should be easy to do.
>> Yes, so do it!
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>>> Tell me what goes approximately into which file, where they are, what gets sent back.
>> Good, get going on it.
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>>> Something like this would be great
>>> http://www.w3.org/2012/ldp/wiki/Issue-34_-_Aggregation:_simple_proposal
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>>> But I think it should be a lot simpler in this case.
>> Yes, its got to be so simple that it won't take you time to make the entire experiment, and then present a set of conclusions drawn from your observations etc..
> What is the experminent we need to do? Can you describe it?

I don't have time for games. You outlined a set of claims upon which 
you've arrived at disputed conclusions. Thus, you already know the 
description of your experiment since you are the very same person that's 
provided its hypothesis.

Kingsley
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