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Re: A certain difficulty

  • From: Walter Underwood <wunder@i...>
  • To: caro@a..., www-rdf-interest@w...
  • Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 18:00:51 -0800

walter underwood
At 01:47 PM 2/28/00 -0800, Perry A. Caro wrote:
>Walter Underwood wrote:
> > [MCF] fails my basic architectural test (I think
> > this is from Rob Pike): simple things must be simple, hard things
> > must be possible, and you must be able to use part of it without
> > understanding all of it. It's too complex for the simple things,
> > too hard to explain how it helps the hard things, and non-modular.
>It's a good thing you were talking about MCF.  I would disagree if you were
>talking about RDF.

I meant RDF, not MCF.

Walter R. Underwood
Senior Staff Engineer
Infoseek Software
GO Network, part of The Walt Disney Company
http://software.infoseek.com/cce/ (my product)

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