|Date:||Tue, 16 Jan 2007 19:47:12 +0700|
I appreciate your visualisation of this space and following discussion
(by coordinates, I gather that, given the virtual environment that we are refererncing
the coordinates that you are thinking of are:
1) isp to access the url location of the server where the file is loaded
2) server time, user time
3) user name ID/PASSWORD of registered user/person who loads the doc
4) user name ID/PASSWORD of registered user who downloads the doc, with isp location etc
I however do not see the challenge, you mean, who has published first, assuming there might be
concurrency/competition on claiming who was the first to publish on a certain topic?
This could be best achieved by setting up some mirrors pehaps, and asking a third party like google, yahoo or or other trusted source to update their index as frequently as possible.
I think a relatively safe system can be easily designed
a combination of a recepit, an email copy of the work loaded to a neutral organisation who would keep a copy on file
would be enough to settle any dispute
I like the idea
shall we do it?
On 1/15/07, Deborah MacPherson <debmacp@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I think the biggest challenge is establishing a set of coordinates to record precise times and locations of data publishing/sharing and data reuse...a registry system for authors and editors to place their own work, and interpretations of work by others, in context before self publishing in places as enormous and broad as the w3c.
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