From the F2F [ http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/lld/minutes/2010/10/24-lld-minutes.html Minutes] :
emma: Next: REST patterns for Linked Data
Jeff: Based on OWL, there is a one-to-many relationship between things ... This should be visible in the URI patterns. ... So they become hackable and provide for content-negotion ... All the way back to real-world objects
<TomB> Jeff: URIs can be made hackable. I like using generic resources. As you hack back, go from representation to generic resource. Hack back on the slash, go back to... etc etc
emma: Is related to best practice for indentifiers.
<TomB> Michael: This can be visualized in one slide.
antoine: This belongs to [SW-Identifier]
TomB: Best practice or research?
antoine: Best practice, comparable to best practice document for eGovernment
Jeff: Sometimes wrong URI patterns limit your choices, eg, for mobile presentation ... We shouldn't have to write one-off systems. ... We shpould create a framework that generates those pattern automatically.
Alexander: Agreed. If we can agree on ID patterns, that would be helpful to others in the community
TomB: I am uneasy about this group saying "we think this is the answer"
edsu: Cool URIs for the semantic web defines the URI patterns just fine - no need to do it again.
Michael: But that is very low-level. Does not deal with relationship between organized knowledge and the world (in detail).
Alex: Do we also consider patterns for modeling data?
Emma: No, it is in application profiles.
Alexander: Patterns not the same as application profiles. ... Software engineering perspective: things that tell me on a basic level.
emma: Created the topic "patterns" and added it to requirements.
ACTION: Jeff to review the UK eGovernment document on identifiers. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/lld/minutes/2010/10/24-lld-minutes.html#action03]
<edsu> seems like the url for that spec from the UK about URL patterns has moved or been removed, it used to be at http://www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/cio/chief_technology_officer/public_sector_ia.aspx
<edsu> definitely ironic :-)
<edsu> ahh, here's the new url for it http://www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/media/301253/puiblic_sector_uri.pdf
antoine: Jeff to elaborate on the document
See Jeff's comments on the URI patterns and functionality described in the "Designing URI Sets for the UK Public Sector" document -> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-lld/2010Nov/0111.html
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