Re: RDFIG chats in ntriples

--- Seth Russell <> wrote:
> James Michael DuPont wrote:
> >Oh, no! Google does not do RDF!
> >I will write to them, asking them to index the rdf files...
> >google labs.... cool

Well, I wrote to them, asking them to start caching the rdf.
it would be great to see "whats releated" ang get a rdf feed.

> >
> I guess not.  When new RDF files are published, if we refer to them
> in 
> our blogs, then Googel will pick them up.

as an opaque object, yes-

>  The document  could be 
> described in the item description,-  one item, one document - and the
> link would be the URI of the document. 

in a rdf file? html ? where?

> We could standardize on one
> key  word for these kinds of entires --- say "rdfDocument".  If 
> everybody
> did 
> that it would help discovery and we could find them all with a Google
> search for rdfDocument +<keywords>.

where do you do that? ahh in the chump keywords? 
well that is a good idea. It would be great to have some type of
information about the doc stored in the rdflog.

>  To go beyond Googel and index
> the 
> rdf:Resources inside the the documents, we will need some other 
> (hopefully distributed) search mechinism of the actual triples.   

I have written to google about that. I would like to get my hands again
on the google api and build an redland interface to read an rdf file
and write into the google cache format.

wait, it would also just work to create a google friendly html
converter for rdf... hmmm

>  Anyway , you've  compiled some great data :) ..... I just hope it
> dont 
> get lost in the scuffle.  

well, i hope to extract at least what is interesting for me out of it.
maybe someone else can use it?

> ... hi Mdupont, remember me ?
yes, i do. I wrote to you yesterday. 
I am busy releasing a new version of the introspector that supports
redland/raptor rdf serialization of the gcc. 
It would be cool to get the sailor stuff going again.

I have an older version in cvs, maybe you want to use that?

James Michael DuPont

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Received on Wednesday, 15 January 2003 12:13:53 UTC