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From Halgurt Mustafa-Ali <>
Subject Re: [RFC] Cocoon Tutorial
Date Tue, 21 Dec 2004 09:16:55 GMT

I have built a SemWeb block, using owql, owl, and rdql. I wrote 2 tronsformers 
for quering knowledge bases, they suport also KIF(Knowledge Interchange Format) 
If you are interested in those things I can send you my examples.

Thanks alot,

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>Glen Ezkovich wrote:
>> As you can see this will be quite an undertaking. I would like to align 
>> the tutorial with the community's thinking as much as possible. While I 
>> think I have a good understanding of the community, both in agreement 
>> and in disagreement, I've learned not to assume to much. If there are 
>> any aspects of any of the topics above you feel that are essential, any 
>> points you would like emphasized, any relationships made clear or any 
>> comments you care to make about this undertaking, I would be most 
>> interested in hearing them. While I have favored approaches to 
>> developing with Cocoon, I recognize that other approaches are valid and 
>> am willing to discuss and demonstrate them in the tutorial.
>I think you should build off of the "Supersonic Tour" block. There's 
>already a bunch of great stuff there that needs to be brought into 
>"main" documentation.

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