[rdfweb-dev] markup for describing chat channels (IRC, Jabber,
danny666 at virgilio.it
Sat Jul 26 19:42:55 UTC 2003
I like this a lot. I guess two properties will be needed - one for group
membership (or at least isRegularClientOf), which would allow this to be
slotted neatly into existing FOAF profiles, and the (cool) one you mention
Use case : When you open http://example.org/nicksblog with your agent it
pings the IRC channels looking for the appropriate nick, and join's it if
nick's in the channel, opening an IRC window for you.
The dynamism of this could get interesting - the static FOAF file presumably
wouldn't have a triple for isPresent, that would be generated on the fly.
Yep, sounds cool ;-)
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:rdfweb-dev-bounces at vapours.rdfweb.org]On Behalf Of Dan Brickley
> Sent: 26 July 2003 19:38
> To: rdfweb-dev at vapours.rdfweb.org
> Cc: levin at freenode.net; peter at saint-andre.com
> Subject: [rdfweb-dev] markup for describing chat channels (IRC, Jabber,
> Chatting with stpeter in #foaf a couple days ago, then lilo in #rdfig
> just now, I have just made a quick example page in the wiki sketching a
> way of using RDF, FOAF etc to describe chat channels / rooms.
> See http://rdfweb.org/topic/FoafChannelMarkupExample
> Most of it isn't to do with the chat protocol, so should generalise
> beyond IRC, Jabber or other protocol. Idea was to mostly just associate
> the channel with a web homepage for the community, then use more
> mainstream markup to characterise the topic of that page.
> http://ilrt.org/discovery/chatlogs/rdfig/2003-07-26#T17-03-31 for lilo
> chat. http://ilrt.org/discovery/chatlogs/foaf/2003-07-24.html#T21-36-27
> for stpeter.
> See also http://www.saint-andre.com/blog/2003-07.html#2003-07-24T20:17
> The example I gave is just a quick hack, but as this topic keeps coming
> up I thought I'd make a start at sketching some conventions...
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