And thus my suggestion to return only the event logs and optional another
dict of the uris and their metadata
2009/8/2 Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen <mikkel.kamst...@gmail.com>
> 2009/8/2 Siegfried Gevatter <rai...@ubuntu.com>:
> > SNIP...
> > What I think we really need to decide now is how we want to represent
> > events and items (when returned by FindEvents et all).
> I think you hit the nail on the head here. I think the current Zg API
> leaves a blurry line for what Zeitgeist actually is. If we really
> stick to the "Zeitgeist is an event log" mantra we should not have to
> know about Items at all...
> If we move closer to the "log" concept the individual targets of a
> logged event consist solely of the data that is provided at event
> registration time. Just like a line in a log file only consist of the
> data you put there.
> As it stands you log an event on some given subject URL and Zg
> automagically knows something about this URL. This implies that Zg is
> also some weak content repository which is a bit problematic from a
> pedagogical point of view - and maybe also from a "separation of
> responsibilities point of view".
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