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Re: What is a "resource"? (Was: many-to-many)


> >If you meant that the probability of somebody already
> >having a URI for an obscure concept like "what Jonathan's thinking
> about
> >right now" is low, then I'd agree.  But it's still non-zero.
> I'm thinking it might be nice to have a community project for assigning
> URIs to all things that are a member of the set of things that have no
> URI assigned to them.
> This it seems to me will help to solve many of the problems discussed
> under this perma-thread.

You bet me to that, actually I was thinking about "something that doesn't
have a URI" :-))

In any case the reason I've entered this thread at this time is that there
are a couple of new WD which are relevent to this topic, both the RDF and
OWL semantics/model theories and there appears enough interest in these
topics that I am trying to encourage folks to have a look at how they might
help work through some issues that many folks have with URIs.



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