[microformats-discuss] microformat for messaging/chat
danny.ayers at gmail.com
Sat Sep 17 02:14:49 PDT 2005
Sounds a good idea.
On 9/16/05, Tantek Çelik <tantek at cs.stanford.edu> wrote:
> IMHO think the "archive of (primarily) text-based chat" is a nice concrete
> specific problem (see principles) that it deserves its own "as simple as
> possible" solution.
I had a quick skim for prior art around RDF because I vaguely remember
one or two people modelling IM/chat data in RDF (and things like blog
conversations - the ThreadsML stuff). But there's nothing much
immediately useful at SchemaWeb or the ESW Wiki, the usual starting
points for things like this.
But I did find Nabu:
Nabu is a plugin for Jive Messenger, a server implementation of the
Jabber Instant Messaging protocol. It provides server-side logging of
chat conversations and related events. The logged data is stored in a
semantic graph, using the RDF W3C standard.
There's an RDF Schema:
Which is a lot clearer if you paste the URI into RDFS Explorer:
Some other related stuff:
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