[rdfweb-dev] Re: XML.com 'Semantic Web: A Primer' article (the SW and you ;-)
daniel.brickley at b...
Sun Nov 5 21:34:36 UTC 2000
On Sat, 4 Nov 2000, Aaron Swartz wrote:
> Dan Brickley <danbri at w...> wrote:
> > I think it is important to have some discussion here on
> > 'Semantic Web' since for many of us there is a larger goal, towards which
> > RDF as-we-now-know-it is just a means to an end.
> RDFwebring would be coming in _real_ useful right now, especially with the
> discussions over on XML-DEV, etc. ETA? ;-)
Er, Real Soon Now(tm). Thanks for the prod. I've been a little busy
writing (or trying to!) lately, and this project is strictly a spare
time thing for me right now. I had hoped to go for 1.0 this
weekend; looks like it could be another week now.
Incidentally I've dropped a syllable: I can't be bothered to deal with
the 'webring' name clash / pun, so from now on it's just RDFWeb. It may
be that RDFWeb is an immodestly broad name, in which case I'll have to
think of something else. 'Pipsqueak' or 'Dinky' or something.
> BTW, it'd be nice if you set up virtual hosting over on Snowball. Switching
> between all these sites is making me dizzy (and my URIs long). ;-) If you
> need help configuring Apache, I'd be happy to help out.
My Apache configuration was indeed something of a mess. I've rebuilt the
whole thing, sacrificing last years triumph (getting JServ and
https: working at the same time!) for a bit of tidyness.
Anyhow I've tried not to break any URLs, and to put in all the sensible
redirects. Chances are I've goofed, so will be watching the
errorlogs. One positive side effect is that I had to tidy up my
installation of the RDFWeb Perl stuff to get it running again, so I'm
one step nearer to 1.0 :)
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