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TBL: Auditing. Its both a symptem of auditing the problem as well as.. We should put on our list, the voice browser security note. TBL: If your picking up a style sheet and it wasnt constraigned and then you referred back to a local copy but when you do an actual HHTP referance to that there is a forward.

To has knowledge, that effort was scoped to the language only: no formal standardization of DOM, security models, etc. Some plug-ins are trusted like PDF where others are less trusted because they are scripting languages which are executed locally such as flash. HT: A point for discussion. The UK funding bodies are particularly concernced about the grid, the semantic web, and the web.

Are there technical architectural issues around remote servies? Vincent: We conclude our discussion on security. There is certainly interaction between the grid, ws and the web in general. With this change a sub-domain can no longer read data from a parent domain and vice versa.

SWF file is launched through the web vs. This all seems quite similar to Java. NM: Not polished even as a first draft, but useful for determining if it's going in the right direction Motivated in part by P2P and streaming. Vague sense that the kind of content that flows over http isn't the only kind of content that might exist.. So what are the right ways to go beyond or leverage http? Review can be divided into two aspects: first, is there anything that's factually wrong?

Second aspect: is it beginning to tell a story that the TAG wants to tell. NM: Impression is that for example, some P2P protocols are integrating better into the web than others. For streaming, does it make sense to have lots of new protocols, or does it make sense to get a document with a particular media type We've never really clearly said, other than looking back, what are the guidelines for creating new protocols that you might need.

And what are the other things that you might need to know that aren't in AWWW. DC: It would suit my taste better if you'd talked about P2P or streaming HT: Section 4 maybe belongs in an appendix, but as far as the questions you are going to answer, I don't need to know this stuff about gateways VQ: The correspondence between the two protocols is valuable. The gateway itself isn't very interesting, but the equivalence between the operations or sequence of operations may introduce the issue of inventing new protocols when others are already available.

NM: One bit of advice: consider similarity to the operations available in other protocols Another bit of advice: ok, if you're going to build a p2p protocol, you might want to make it easy to carry other people's URIs around. DC: Do you have anything you feel is a short summary one or two sentences. NM: I think the one I just mentioned might be one NM: Creating a scope in a language should be a lightweight thing to do. NM: I'd be happy to say the "should provide servers" part a little more strongly I'm writing it down here.

NM: I was trying to say that you never want to preclude someone from doing the right thing which is to actually deploy. NM: To me it's important to say where the rules come from. It's a deep architectural question about what it means to mint URIs that don't have servers. NM: The larger way to look at this is a way of building things from first principles Then you can look at the problems: how to get P2P on the web, what to do with streaming media.

DC: Maybe it'll work better in later drafts I don't have an overall sense. There exist resources in the universe and there are methods of accessing them. To a certain extent, the methods cause them to be named. One way to achieve that is to map a URI scheme, simply an identifier, to the methods A client looks up a scheme name and passes it to a handler. The handler can then do NM: I'm trying to nail down what guidance we give to developers about hot to do that handler.

RF: If you write the document such that it reflects the way things actually occur RF: You have to go from the approach of the client: what does it do with the list of scheme names? It has a default handler, that handler is going to perform a set of procedures for doing operations And then you look at the responsibilities of the handler at this point. What does it have to do. RF: It's what the server currently represents as the representation of that resource.

NM: I thought the architecture said if you really got a back from the origin server, you are authorized to say that that was a representation of that resource That it was in some sense what that URI was naming. RF: No. If I give you an ID for a social security number and you use that to get RF's tax records, does that give you my tax records or a document with current information about my taxes, HT: What it gives you is an authoritative representation of that resource at that time.

NM: So there's no way that I could say that that's a representation of another resource as opposed to the real one Not all URI schemes work that way is my impression. The UUID scheme doesn't say a lot about authoritative representations. RF: Not all schemes are grounded in representations or protocols When I say there's an http information space, it doesn't depend on the version of the http protocol.

HT: Is this ftp-over-http example really important Stipulate that it's all true, does it have any interest in practice Are there any such gateways in the universe and are they actually used. NM: Part of the reason I brought this up was because the architecture allows it we ought to describe it But really the question is, should I give an http: scheme name to something that's actually in bittorrent.

TBL: The rules are written through the evolution of the architecture When you look at whether your going to make a bittorrent scheme or support bittorrent with http URIs, you're making some tradeoffs. NM: I didn't mean to set down rules, I meant to explore what the tradeoffs are. DC: I wouldn't talk about one protocol fitting in another, I'd talk about accessing representations You have to motivate generality, and you've only done that about representations. DO: I wanted to comment on defaulting.

That's not written down but everyone uses it. The operation you use is also defaulted. Using http: doesn't imply doing a get. NM: I agree with Henry. The reason GET is a default is because browsing is the most common thing we do.

But for any of them, we could have an application with different defaults If I was handed a 'qrs:' scheme, where would I get started? The scheme should be registered at IANA. For some of those schemes, the scheme documents would be a lot like the document for http. RF: Each specification defines what it knows about the universe, it doesn't define the whole universe and then itself Good practice moving forward is to separate the scheme specification and the protocols The scheme specification should point to a set of protocols e.

And should also describe the set of procedures that are used to map from identifiers in that scheme space to resources available via that protocol or set of protocols The resources "just are". These are the associated set of access mechanisms.

DO: The other thing that I was going to suggest was that in the Arch Document there have often been stories. It would be good to have a story here with P2P or streaming. The protocols used to be the master thing, until the scheme had been used for naming a lot of things -- now the protocol is secondary and can be upgraded, preserving the scheme. TBL: You can be held accountable for http: 's because there are social relationships behind the servers and DNS, etc.

It's possible that within the life of the TAG, it'll be necessary to introduce a P2P version of http But that may come with caveats You may need a button on your browser that says you want the definitive version for your home banking.

TBL: The trust may be very different. We'll end up morphing the trust situation in a very positive way or a very negative way. NM: The metapoint I'm trying to raise that just perhaps the story you just told is an important story that's not well articulated What I wanted to do in heading off into this space is to tell stories like this. Note to scribe: what RF said above about http: and https: may not have been what he meant to say.

The information space that define the http information space are about an organization of a relationship between identifiers and the resources they identify. This is completely independent of the protocol. HT: That's an interesting perspective. What I'm concerned about is the question, "if that's true, it's very strongly at odds with the naive users perspective which is that http is about what we call representations" NM: Do people believe that the operations come with the scheme or the protocoll.

It provides capability not only to stream audio from one computer to another, but also to list the host's playlists so that they can be accessed remotely. DC: They came up with a different scheme so that they could get injected into the software deployment story. DC: Anyway, daap seems like a way not to do it Nice story: My kid wrote a nice story, it gets insanely popular and automatically switches to bittorent so the load on my server only goes up a little bit.

HT: I find a URI for your kids story, I click on it, the browser waits a few seconds and says, gee this sucks, aborts that, and initiates a bittorrent request. DC: bittorrent isn't the same as gnutella, it isn't entirely peer-to-peer. HT: You may have to do something and then my client has to automatically try to use bittorrent. TBL: Speculative design of a fallback system: Dan's server when it hits a certain load it automatically sends back a response that tells the client to switch to bittorrent.

I'd put a. The bittorrent protocol has been upgrade to be trackerless. In this other world, the social conventions are totally different. It becomes the world that gets to say what the representation is. DO: A lot of people don't use google, they use bittorrent sites that do a better job of searching bittorrent files. And they provide comments. A clever protocol, based on a Kademlia distributed hash table or "DHT", allows clients to efficiently store and retrieve contact information for peers in a torrent.

TBL: trackerless bittorrent has a distributed hash table in it If we replace http with a not-DNS hierarchy system then we'll end up with a different social system. When you use http, you trust the publisher, when you use bittorrent, you trust the other users running bittorrent.

The social understanding of what your likely to get changes in interesting ways. DC: The value of the network is the web of names. Keeping the same names preserves the value of the web. NM: I think the reasons why we want to use http names is worth writing down.

It identifies content by URL and is designed to integrate seamlessly with the web. Its advantage over plain HTTP is that when multiple downloads of the same file happen concurrently, the downloaders upload to each other, making it possible for the file source to support very large numbers of downloaders with only a modest increase in its load.

VQ: Noah will incorporate comments into the draft. Should we link it as a finding in progress. HT put a picture up with a couple URIs Representations vary over time; people can make different assertions about what a representation means. They are using it in a "more information" relationship Indirectly, it identifies the tower. If I replaced that with an SVG image source, a human being reading the page will reach the same conclusion that it's the depicted real tower.

By induction, the world is used to thinking http: URIs are documents, so they must be documents. By induction, the world is used to thinking that ' ' in an http: URI is a pointer into the document, so they must be pointers into the document. We need to make a clear distinction. In the picture yesterday we had two levels distinguishing "identifies" and "points to" where RDF defines "identifies" but doesn't define "points to" very well and HTTP defines "points to" but doesn't define "identifies" very well.

R a http:OK; http:about? The proposal is that 2xx identify information resources; 3xx say "see other" so they could be anything. Lots of discussion of philosophy in the SW community, some tensions particularly with the folk from the KR and logic communities, but those tensions have been easing The existing documents are not easy to work with as they stand We can try to pull out some principles, write some stories For newcomers from an academic perspective, for example.

TBL: Would like three reviewers for the first page, and at least one for the whole tutorial It's in various forms. Given any RDF document, any subset of the triples there stand on their own Adding triples never hurts. HST: Negation requires re-ification, I believe Stopping at qnames means what? DanC: E. I'm not sure if that approach has been exhaustively tried.

TBL: Apps bit on top of the bus -- browsers, aggregators, inference engines Knowledge and the Flow of Information. TBL: People working with different subsets of a patchwork of information in an unbounded set Each agent can take care of the local consistency of the information it is working with. The logics share the RDF sentential form, but some of them diverge after that. Sentential forms are out there, in bits of Prolog, DescriptionLogic,.. Problem is combining these.

TBL: Architectural rule: To understand a triple, take the predicate, look it up on the web, if the result is english, then at least you know what it means If you find an OWL class, your computer may be able to do things. NM: Lots of triples out there, for some subset of them, I'll be able to reason about them in a useful way, maybe because they are all using OWL-defined predicate But if some are like that, and some are defined e.

That's a problem in practice, but not in principle. What about the prolog approach? The unit of meaning on the web is a document. NM: In practice, then, the same triples in one document may have a different impact than the same triples divided over several documents. TBL: Philosophers think they've gone beyond this, believe they exhausted the rigid meaning approach in favour of some kind of meaning-as-use approach So they think the SW story is too simple and are a bit dismissive.

TBL: Semantic web is going to be very un-squishy -- if you send a particular XDI message, the tags have a very firm pre-negotiated meaning. But what if that defining document also says "and Reagan is a great president"; does use of :carowner involve assent to that statement as well? The extreme other position is: no I can use any URI I like to mean whatever meaning I like, irrespective of what infromation its owner publishes.

What we need for the arch doc is an answer to the question of what you're committing yourself to when you send someone an RDF document When you chase the predicate links, you eventually converge on a small number of meta-ontologies Not of course the same when you chase the subject and object URIs So what's a best practice in this area.

What do we do next, beyond looking at the tutorial Should we use the tutorial as a starting point for the architecture? NDW: I regularly get pushback from e. Comfort level goes way up in that case How do we connect the world of logic to the world of the Web. NM: Well, if we thought it was so important that it was going to break the web VQ: Agreement that we need some stories, particularly if they make the connection. There's a whole XPath-based application development worldview outthere, with hardware accelerators and so on.

HST: No. HST: I want a story about a problem solved It's where the people who have problems with the perceived impracticality of RDF processing hit the buffers. I use RDF inference to avoid having to duplicate the home phone numbers in each record. NDW: look at e. NM: Purchase order example. Schemas are just a tool, to help people build systems Versioning work is directed at handling the common cases of language evolution, finding what the mechanisms system builders want, [introduces 'person' example, including the addition in version N of a country code element].

TBL: When the computer hits the unexpected code, it doesn't know what it is. NM: Schema allows some hooks via annotation, but doesn't guarantee that different parties will agree the annotation's meaning. NM: XML focus is historically on syntax, does that ccode goes at the end of the element or the beginning RDF has less emphasis on ordering.

HT asks: what if I'm looking up x q? VQ: A few minutes to wrap up SW ways forward, then turn to other issues. NM: As written, it says it's about e. If we were to make it a REC, we would need to specify this, yes? DC: Don't imply you should use this, just you may if you want to do the indirection. NM: So the use cases can all be namespaces, but no restriction to that. And add some more if you want.

Like RDF properties, I get to mint more. Argh, uses QNames in content. DC: The news people use this technology, they really like the QName thing. NM: 1 Just namespace docs, just these N properties; It seems we should either say that is okay or that they are treading on unsafe waters. So if you get a rddl 1. TBL: mixing two different functions under a single name -- one is idempotent and the other is reversible.

DC: this function allows arbitrary data to be included to produce a URI path segment. DC: the second example takes an entire IRI and encodes only the unsafe characters. TBL: I see that existing bug report has been resolved It should be split into two functions corresponding to different values of the escape-reserved flag. Possible names are as follows:. This function is reversible, and NOT idempotent.

Definition of the inverse function would clearly be a good idea. Its semantics are those of your function with the second argument set to TRUE. HT: worth noting that the above is a new draft proposing xpointer schemes for this purpose. DC: [shows diagram showing a reference from an OWL diagram that wants to indicate the range of a function by pointing to a schema type definition, using a URI for that type as described by an xsd document].

HT says he has proposed a "language definition document" for composing schemas; I wonder if that's actually novel w. DC and TBL: the schema-URI should be the namespace URI of the schema -- the owner of that URI is responsible for maintaining the relationship between that URI and its representations schema documents -- some schemas will change over time and the owner knows whether they should retain the same URI or mint a new one for the new namespace [?

DC: over time, community will only tolerate changes within the scope of the original namespace, leading to global consensus or global change to a more stable URI. TBL: different groups place different constraints on what content can be changed without requiring a different name to reflect that change HTML makes changes with the intention of staying within the same namespace, whereas others require each behavioral change to require a new namespace version.

NM: What do we want to name? Does it match what schema WG is trying to specify? If not, how do we go from here? DC: why is schema any different from other documents? Constitution changes less often. NM: there are two different perspectives on naming -- one is to name the concept by way of the namespace, two is to name a component within a specific schema document. DO: what happened here was that, as a result of issue 7, the group came up with a minimal provision to satisfy the TAG.

There was no work on the bindings to actually use that facility. It is also in general important for optimization. WSDL requirements were written in I wonder if I was paying attention. Here goes:. DO: corporate users want to do REST stuff, but the tooling doesn't support it in the way that they are accustomed to building applications.

We did the right thing to look at the technical information, but I am wondering whether it is appropriate for the TAG to continue pushing them together. What I meant to say was, it's absolutely appropriate that we take effort to make sure the WS stack is a good citizen on the web and can exploit REST to the extent that's reasonable.

The main role for the TAG is not to solve political and social problems, but we should certainly be supportive of community efforts to promote synergy between the WS stack and the rest of the Web. The abstraction in WSDL causes additional steps that can be simplified. DC: is all morning too much time? NM: Rest of our time is flexible, can we just adapt. HT: Should spend at least this morning, and should do round robin. TBL: may not make , but start without me NM: Suggest we start and do issues of minor interest until Tim shows at 9.

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