[oslc-core] New OSLC ChangeLog Proposal
snoopdave at gmail.com
Fri Jan 7 12:33:32 EST 2011
I think this is an excellent proposal and could solve some real
problems for us. Instead of offering OSLC Query, which is relatively
expensive to implement, an OSLC Service could instead offer a Change
Log and leave query to a central search index, e.g. a SPARQL end-point
like RDFIndexer or something else entirely.
Since query is so important to integrations, I've gone ahead an added
this topic to the Core Workgroup agenda for February 9th
(http://open-services.net/bin/view/Main/OslcCoreMeetings). Frank and
others who wish to attend, please speak up if this date is
On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 10:45 AM, Frank Budinsky <frankb at ca.ibm.com> wrote:
> Nick Crossley and I would like to submit a proposal for adding a ChangeLog
> service to the OSLC core specification. This new service will be key to the
> success of an indexer, and therefore we would like to queue it up for
> discussion as soon as possible in January.
> The OSLC proposal, itself, is described in section 1.5 of the attached
> document, while the rest of the document describes an indexer prototype,
> including how it intends to use the change log.
> (See attached file: RDF_indexer_overview_1220.doc)
> Any comments/feedback on the new proposal or the indexer prototype itself
> would be very welcome.
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