[Cubicweb] cubicweb and the well-known calendar sharing use-case

Sylvain Thénault sylvain.thenault at logilab.fr
Mon Jan 25 12:50:42 CET 2010


On 25 janvier 12:30, Olivier CAYROL (LOGILAB) wrote:
> 
> >>> * how to we refer to a single event?
> >> I do not understand the question. Let me try to answer "by its url".
> > 
> > sounds like a good answer. But I thought that one url == one rdf file
> > == multiple events. Is that right ?
> 
> The set of events has an URL (which is used to download it) but each
> event has also its own URL that allows its unique identification.

URL or URI? As I understand it, I can wget an URL while not necessarily
an URI.
 
> >>> * how do we get updates on this event?
> >> Reload the RDF file and see if event identified by the same url has
> >> changed.
> > 
> > you've just told it wasn't modifiable.
> 
> Not modifiable here but it can be modified on the other side of the
> Internet where the events are published.

hum ok; There was actually two questions hidden there... Modifiable 
on the external source / in the cw instance.
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