Diff for /bookie/www/index.html between versions 1.6 and 1.7

version 1.6, 2000/11/29 10:48:00 version 1.7, 2000/11/29 11:04:38
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 bookmark or branch is submitted, RDF can be sent to the server and synced  bookmark or branch is submitted, RDF can be sent to the server and synced
 with all the other clients.  with all the other clients.
   
 <p>Most of the work is already done -- Mozilla already has an  
 RDFXMLDataSource, and all that needs to be done on the client end is some  
 work to hook it into the network layer, and a way to present that data as a  
 treeview.  
   
 <p>The more involved work is in writing a server which can parse RDF,  
 construct an internal RDF graph, and can convert the internal RDF graph into  
 an SQL database.  And writing it out the other way.  
 <pre>  
          serialized RDF <--> RDF graph <--> SQL database  
 </pre>  
 <p> Of course, this is barely scratching the surface of what Bookie could do  <p> Of course, this is barely scratching the surface of what Bookie could do
 -- it could invalidate useless bookmarks, keep a cache of bookmarks for  -- it could invalidate useless bookmarks, keep a cache of bookmarks for
 you... it could keep private bookmark folders which you could only see by  you... it could keep private bookmark folders which you could only see by
Line 47  annotations to a bookmark, or submit lin Line 36  annotations to a bookmark, or submit lin
 most popular float to the top...  You could adjust your filter so that only  most popular float to the top...  You could adjust your filter so that only
 the oldest or the newest bookmarks show up.  the oldest or the newest bookmarks show up.
   
<p>Anyway...<p>
 <ul>
         <li>The server is done, although it still is read-only.  
         <li>You can import bookmarks into the database via a <a href="#script">perl script</a>.
         <li>You can read bookmarks out of the <a href="#server">server</a>, using the included <a href="#client">client</a>.
 </ul>
   
 <p> The server is done, although it still is read-only.  You can import  
 bookmarks into the database and you can read bookmarks out of the server.  
 The mozilla client will connect to the server, but I've had some troubles  The mozilla client will connect to the server, but I've had some troubles
getting the RDF from the server synced up with the user interface.  There'sgetting the RDF from the server synced up with the user interface.  
also a client written in Swing which I'm using for debugging, which is 
teaching me the joys of asynchronous non-blocking network IO in Java. 
   
   <p>Will Sargent <a href="mailto:will_sargent@yahoo.com"><will_sargent@yahoo.com></a>.
   
   <hr>
   
   <a name="server">/scripts/server.bat, assuming you have the database up and working...
   <p>
   <a name="script">/scripts/perl/importdb.pl
   <p>
   <a name="client">/scripts/client.bat
   

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