[uf-discuss] does hatom for comments make sense?
karl at w3.org
Mon Sep 11 23:47:35 PDT 2006
Le 12 sept. 06 à 14:13, Chris Messina a écrit :
> How would you handle nested comments like in Digg for example?
> Just curious how that fits into the model -- I suppose it would map to
> what you described?
nested comments = threading.
there is all we need in hatom (atom) to do that.
Just think that a comment is "a weblog post about a weblog post"
uri1 <--- comment-x/uri2 about uri1
<--- comment-xa/uri5 about uri2
<--- comment-xb/uri6 about uri2
<--- comment-y/uri3 about uri1
<--- comment-z/uri4 about uri1
It is just a question of having the right *atomic* model.
and to make individual statements about things.
Then the application layer is above.
Karl Dubost - http://www.w3.org/People/karl/
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