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bhavyaarora
@bhavyaarora
@timbl thankyou for suggestion,but this https://www.w3.org/DesignIssues/StretchFriend.html seems to aim a platform to bring together people of similar interests/orientation/any sought of characteristic attribute that is due to their existence! ,this idea is already implemented in the conceptual existence of facebook where 'friendship'is established in for the one or more reasons of mentioned in the text., .....open to your further opinion ,possibly the technical applications of linked data!
Martynas Jusevicius
@namedgraph_twitter
@timbl our discussion got lost :)
Martynas Jusevicius
@namedgraph_twitter
@timbl have I explained the Linked Data Templates approach sufficiently by now? even if you don't agree with it, I hope you can understand the basic concept
Brent Shambaugh
@bshambaugh
My job in Vienna ended and now I am in a bit of a tizzy. Could I DM some of you?
matrixbot
@matrixbot
happybeing Not sure I can help but by all means if you think I can!
Sarven Capadisli
@csarven
https://www.vipercard.net/ "Vipercard is an oper source re-creation and re-imagination of 1987's HyperCard"
Washington (AP) -- The State Department wants to require all U.S. visa applicants to submit their social media usernames, previous email addresses and phone numbers, vastly expanding the Trump administration's enhanced vetting of potential immigrants and visitors.
Feedback appreciated. I still have a day for improvements.
Sarven Capadisli
@csarven
Tim, FYI the time table for the Developers track: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qjeyoc4KorszuAJ76qpDahMtS08iHqRFEMj5M_WmGlw/edit#gid=0 -- I'm at 11:30 re W3C specs/reports..
Sarven Capadisli
@csarven
Melvin Carvalho
@melvincarvalho
https://github.com/OctoLinker/OctoLinker -- nice extension that allows you to follow links in github code -- linked github!
Henry Story
@bblfish
Wrote up the Linked Research workshop
http://bblfish.net/blog/2018/04/21/workshop.html
(feedback welcome)
Henry Story
@bblfish
@csarven, I think you could now have the link to my paper point to http://bblfish.net/blog/2018/04/21/index.html now, since that will contain links to each of the different versions. I am just working on a pure html version based on the epub.
Sarven Capadisli
@csarven
@bblfish Thanks. Updated. BTW, see also https://gitter.im/linkedresearch/chat
Henry Story
@bblfish
ah thanks. Good to see it's already archived.
Just need to add it to my Atom.xml file...
Henry Story
@bblfish

Ok, I now updated my blog.atom file http://bblfish.net/blog/blog.atom

As a matter of interest I uploaded two client blog readers on OSX (the Free Vianna.app and ReadKit.app) and none of them really manage to show anything interesting from my http://bblfish.net/blog/blog.atom . They don't understand relative URLs, barf on other things, don't show the summary, ...
On the other hand the builtin Firefox atom parser works correctly.

That is a good reason why having things like that in RDF where the toolkits are widely used is so much better. Asking what are essentially front end developers to understand the details of relative urls resolution and the complexitities of implicit knowledge in an atom spec, is just to ask for that kind of trouble.

Also it is a good reason to have type safe languages. (ie not have people work with Stirngs, but with URL type, where a very limited but well thought out set of methods is available.)
Code reuse is essential.
Melvin Carvalho
@melvincarvalho
linked data search engine
Martynas Jusevicius
@namedgraph_twitter
interested to hear what you guys think about this ;)
https://openreview.net/forum?id=BkgOUEAak7
Martynas Jusevicius
@namedgraph_twitter
there's a link to a demo and a paper that goes with it
Tim Berners-Lee
@timbl
Martynas Jusevicius
@namedgraph_twitter
yes
so there's also a demo, just wanted to point that out :)
Thom
@rescribet
This seems like a more formalized sparql-based counterpart of the ld-hypermedia system that we've been developing.
Our starting point was a relational (rails) application, we've looked into migrating to a sparql store, but it was too costly, so we started adding rdf responses to our api and building a new front-end which consumes linked data.
This looks quite interesting though, is a mechanism for side-effects (like sending emails after certain operations) defined? Where is the source? I expected it to be in AtomGraph/LinkedDataHub but that's just a developer cli.
Melvin Carvalho
@melvincarvalho

On Monday, npm's registry API began responding to requests with host headers it did not recognize with htpp status 418

Last year, Mark Nottingham, who chairs the IETF HTTP and QUIC Working Groups, urged the removal of the 418 I'm a Teapot status code from Node since 418 isn't a recognized HTTP status code.

"I know it's amusing, I know that a few people have knocked up implementations for fun, but it shouldn't pollute the core protocol; folks can extend Node easily enough if they want to play with non-standard semantics," he wrote in a bug report in August.

But other developers opposed the effort to purge the humorous status code message, which is also supported in Go, Python's Requests library, and ASP.NET's HttpAbstractions library. And James M. Snell, a member of the Node.js Project’s Technical Steering Committee, ultimately put a halt to the recall effort.

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/05/29/npm_teapot/

FridayFun #FirstWorldProblems ?

Dmitri Zagidulin
@dmitrizagidulin
oof, yeah :)
Martynas Jusevicius
@namedgraph_twitter
@fletcher91 you're right, we put a lot of effort into the formal semantics
the open-source code that implements the LDT spec can be found here:
server: https://github.com/AtomGraph/Processor
client: https://github.com/AtomGraph/Web-Client
it does not include the multi-tenant layer of LinkedDataHub however
Martynas Jusevicius
@namedgraph_twitter
@fletcher91 there is a property ldt:loadClass (should probably be moved to a separate namespace) that loads java: URIs of JAX-RS resource classes
those classes receive the full application and request context and then you can do whatever in there
indeed sending email after signup which is shown in the demo is implemented that way
as well as CSV import etc
note sure if you are familiar with JAX-RS, but that is the standard RESTful framework for Java. we use the Jersey implementation: https://jersey.github.io/
Tim Berners-Lee
@timbl
We have a wifi-equipped electric kettle. But it should send 2xx I’m a teapot not 418 ...
leobard
@leobard_twitter
@lod_cloud on twitter has "1 follower", me. Is twitter broken, or did you guys not notice it yet? :-) If its really just only me, then that "follow" button needs some clickin' I think. https://mobile.twitter.com/lod_cloud
Mark Hughes (happybeing/theWebalyst)
@happybeing
I just doubled the followers from 2 to 4!
Melvin Carvalho
@melvincarvalho
nice article on cors
Henry Story
@bblfish
I now have now written up a follow up post to the talk in The Web Conf which has been published on the Southampton University Cyber Security blog https://medium.com/cybersoton/from-digital-sovereignty-to-the-web-of-nations-61fbc28d79cd
It has a good picture that I appears here if I post my Tweet https://twitter.com/bblfish/status/1003695297472679936
Philip Poten
@elpollodiablo
Hey guys, I'm working on an inventory system for makers, and I fancy the idea of using schemaorg-ish semantic descriptions of things at some point in the future
Right off the bat, I was wondering, when looking through the available schemas: support for physical things (think, DIN screws, mechanical parts, electronic engineering stuff) seems to be a bit lackluster (it all seems to be "Product"), is this intentional or "nobody has worked on this" territory?