2009/12/8 Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen <mikkel.kamst...@gmail.com>
> Siegfried, I think you need to elaborate a bit in order to make that
> comment useful...
> "Domain" seems to imply that it is the place where the subject is
> currently located. It also strikes me as a very vague and possibly
> ambiguous word here. Fx. the "domain" of an RDF property is the range
> in which it can take values (fx. the domian of the relation foo:hasTag
> is foo:TagObject).
> Seif in comment #4 you mean "http://youtube.com/aflkasflkasjf ==>
> http://youtube.com" and not "...==> aflkasflkasjf", right?
sorry my bad
> The example is a bit too simple though. What about
> ? I'd say that it should map to http://example.com/files/kamstrup/.
nope it will be example.com
If we take an example where I donwload the file from the above URL,
> there are three interesting URIs to log:
> - The URL my brower window points to
> - The URL of the file I download
> - The local file:// URL that I save the file under
> Unfortunately our current datamodel can not contain all this information
> inside one event. We only have subject.uri and subject.origin. It would
> appear that we also need an event.origin..?
There is no need for event origin. If u want the origin of an event u look
for the subject of the event before.... at least that is what i think. I
just woke up so i need to think about it more
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