(search for london and you can see the query string I used to get the
I remember Kake very kindly making some small alterations so that it
On Sun, 28 Nov 2004, Chris Prather wrote:
So I've been pondering this for a few days, and I
don't (yet) have a good
solution. But I have an itch growing, and I need to dump it here before I
totally forget it.
Currently the RDF view of a page doesn't give the current Categories or
Locales. I'd like to include these as some kind of a link to the Category or
Locale page ... I'm thinking something like an rdf:seeAlso, but that really
isn't descriptive enough. This is where I got stuck working on this idea, I
couldn't find a decent RDF vocabulary to give this idea. The closest is
spacenamespace's space:contains ... but that's the inverse of what I want.
Having said that, isn't there a way to invert the process and get all the
nodes in a Category or Locale via the RDF? I know zool asked about something
like that at one point, and it could possibly have made it into the book.
The ultimate purpose of all of this is I'd like to create a little bot to do
OpenGuides searches. Something like mudlondon, though not nearly as
featureful. I just want something that will perform locative searches for me
when I need a resturant to eat lunch at.
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