[foaf-dev] Wishlists / requests for next rev of FOAF spec?
danbri at danbri.org
Mon Jun 4 10:49:11 EDT 2012
On 30 May 2012 23:09, Melvin Carvalho <melvincarvalho at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 31 May 2012 03:00, Dan Brickley <danbri at danbri.org> wrote:
>> On 30 May 2012 13:17, Michael Smethurst <Michael.Smethurst at bbc.co.uk>
>> >> Use a real URI e.g.
>> >> http://twitter.com/foobar here, rather than a bNode. And although we
>> >> have accountName and accountServiceHomepage (or whatever they're
>> >> called) imho these days 90% of the value is usually in a simple link.
>> > yup, took your advice (via libby) on that with:
>> > http://foafminster.heroku.com/people/30464103.ttl
>> > would it be worth updating the foaf spec to include that advice?
>> Yeah, it's about time we shipped a new one.
>> Anyone else got suggestions? I'd like to align the basic addressbook
>> stuff with Portable Contacts (and schema.org) and do some general
>> tidying. Anything else?
> From memory foaf : like / likes seemed to be taken positively
Given the amount of API-accessible 'likes' data out there, I think
Do we think that a G+ "+1" action implies a 'likes' relationship, though?
Re OpenSocial / PortableContacts, here's the thread I failed to find
so far: http://groups.google.com/group/portablecontacts/browse_thread/thread/8373721a7fbc02fb
> foaf : bitcoin was proposed, mind you we can simply do foaf : account
> <bitcoin:1234....> ... so perhaps that can go on ice for the time being
> on the (my) radar still is to clean up wot / the new web keys spec / webid
> ontologies / dsig -- we probably do need to start thinking about a trust and
> reputation system for the web, but it's a project in itself
>> ps. (continuing the original thread as a sideline)
>> >> Having a list of these programme-related Twitter URLs gives a nice way
>> >> of characterising other (less famous) users in terms of the celebs
>> >> they (and their friends) follow or talk to - eg. for personalisation.
>> > yeah, was my thought. should be able to directly recommend programmes
>> > based
>> > on followings / likes etc
>> > for now just accounts linked to programmes. would be nice to be able to
>> > map
>> > all programme contributors to social media accounts. follow stephen fry
>> > >
>> > get programmes with stephen fry recommended. follow manchester city >
>> > get
>> > recommendations of football programmes featuring that team. comedians,
>> > music
>> > artists, politicians etc etc
>> Any idea what the situation is with G+? There are various curated
>> circles, but not sure if there are APIs yet that give you links to
>> wikipedia/freebase and so on.
>> >> You can get some of it from Wikipedia or other sources but last time I
>> >> looked, Wikipedia advised against adding Twitter URLs.
>> > spoke to a couple of wikipedians and apparently advice is to aim for one
>> > link per person / org (usually the official site). understandable but
>> > the
>> > musicbrainz approach to storing multiple external uris per thing is very
>> > handy for identifier triangulation. one for wikidata?
>> Wikidata - maybe. The core team don't want to "do content" at any
>> level, including imposing a type hierarchy. But they could collect IDs
>> even if the page template machinery doesn't pull them all into the
>> viewable pages...
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