Hi Michael, On 5 November 2010 09:29, Michael Hausenblas <michael.hausenb...@deri.org> wrote: > It occurs to me that one of the main features of the Linked Data community > is that we *do* things rather than having endless conversations what would > be the best for the world out there. Heck, this is how the whole thing > started. A couple of people defining a set of good practices and providing > data following these practices and tools for it. > > Concluding. If you are serious about this, please go ahead. You have a very > popular and powerful platform at your hand. Implement it there (and in your > libraries, such as Moriarty), document it, and others may/will follow.
Yes, actually doing things does help more than talking. I sometimes wonder whether as a community we're doing all the right things, but that's another discussion ;) Your suggestion about forging ahead is a good one, but it also reminds me of Ian's original question: what would break if we used this pattern? So here's a couple of questions for those of you on the list who have implemented Linked Data tools, applications, services, etc: * Do you rely on or require HTTP 303 redirects in your application? Or does your app just follow the redirect? * Would your application tool/service/etc break or generic inaccurate data if Ian's pattern was used to publish Linked Data. Cheers, L. -- Leigh Dodds Programme Manager, Talis Platform Talis leigh.do...@talis.com http://www.talis.com