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Re: Academia needed the Web (Re: Success factors for theWebandSemanticWe

  • From: Uche Ogbuji <uche.ogbuji@f...>
  • To: Dave Winer <dave@u...>
  • Date: Fri, 22 Dec 2000 11:04:38 -0700 (MST)

Re: Academia needed the Web (Re: Success factors for theWebandSemanticWe
> You may have found a bug in RDF. If it can't be represented in common
> programming and scripting environments it's going to have a pretty high
> barrier to adoption.
> The serialization formats in XML-RPC and SOAP have been proven to work
> across many different environments.
> Surely you can model a directed graph in a Java or Perl structure?
> If so, then you can use XML-RPC or SOAP serialization.
> If not, what's the future of RDF??

I'm sorry, but this sounds like the road to nowhere.  I have no sense
whatsoever that we're even talking about the same matter, so I'll simply

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