RE: RDF query and Rules - my two cents

>  But despite the fact that we
> > don't even have the slightest freekin' semblance of a consistent
> > data-access architecture,
> We have the web.

PUT/GET are a data-access architecture for documents, period.  RDF is
not a document data model; it's a graph data model.  If you want to shim
a document data model on top of your graph storage, then fine -- but you
better figure out how to interact with your graph storage first.  Until
you have a consistent way of accessing your graph data model, you're
going to have a post-babel chaos.

Received on Thursday, 20 November 2003 14:08:56 UTC