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Re: Announcement: Firefox Navibar Extension 0.10

From: Jeremy Wong 黃泓量 <jeremy@miko.hk>
Date: Sun, 08 Jan 2006 01:28:41 +0800
Message-ID: <43BFFA49.3040300@miko.hk>
To: "siebeneicher@oaklett.org" <siebeneicher@oaklett.org>
CC: semantic-web@w3.org

Why do you use the IRI "urn:sitemap:root" as the starting-point of your 
software's navigation? I think you should use the "rdfs:Class" facility 
instead of defining the use of any specific IRI...

Jeremy Wong 黃泓量

siebeneicher@oaklett.org wrote:

> # Announcement of the Firefox Navibar Extension 0.10
> Hey, do you ever heard of Navibar? No!? That's why I am telling you 
> the Firefox Navibar Extension is an extension for Mozilla Firefox and 
> is going into a new round(version 0.10). Whenever you load a document 
> with your Firefox, Navibar tries to get a Sitemap from the website you 
> are currently visiting and builds up a navigation tree of all known 
> webpages of the website in the Sidebar. You can browse through the 
> webpages of a website by surfing on the tree so fast that you need a 
> soda pop to cool down... The format of the Sitemap can be chosen: use 
> a XML/RDF format[1] or take the Google Sitemaps(XML) and extend it 
> with some additional information[2].
> Navibar intends, to give intranet-users a handy and good old proved 
> navigation tree to explore the web contents of their intranet. However 
> the new version of Navibar gives much more and also takes care of 
> internet-users:
> An extended behavior of loading -- exactly the 4-Steps-Loading-Phase 
> -- gives webdevelopers whole over the world a fine granulated 
> mechanism to load a Sitemap from any destination, from the directory 
> of the current URL you are visiting or from the root of the website. 
> This lies in the hand of each owner of a website and also those people 
> who are owning only a part of a website. An other issue is the Google 
> Sitemaps format which can be loaded by Navibar when you are kind 
> enough to extend the Sitemap with information about the structure of 
> your webpages.
> More of this, a detailed documentation for end-users and 
> webdevelopers[3], and the specifications for all supported Sitemaps 
> can be found on the Homepage of the Firefox Navibar Extension at 
> http://navibar.oaklett.org. By the way, Navibar is an Open Source tool 
> and can be used on your own risk or pleasure.
> All bugfixes and new features can be viewed at the changelog[4].
> If you are not interested in Navibar or worried about this 
> announcement, please open your garbage can and feed it with this 
> email. In regard,
> Markus Siebeneicher
> <siebeneicher@oaklett.org>
> http://navibar.oaklett.org
> # References
> [1] http://navibar.oaklett.org/specs/nns-10/ - (Navibars Native 
> Sitemap format)
> [2] http://navibar.oaklett.org/specs/negs-10/ - (Navibars Extension 
> for Google Sitemaps)
> [3] http://navibar.oaklett.org/docs/0.10/
> [4] ftp://navibar.oaklett.org/navibar/changelog
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