From: Dan Brickley (Daniel.Brickley@bristol.ac.uk)
Date: Sat Aug 19 2000 - 02:04:17 PDT
> Alex Barnell: "Here's a start:
> freenet:CHK@jF41PhEa7kmrNLJQmsYbQadi5-cDAQ,if86xIl3SeKDjVoSnhJoMA "
So... I'm seeing more and more little references to freenet scattered
around, was wondering what folks here know about its current maturity /
scalability. To what extend is it still really a research effort?
i.e. Is this a rehearsal or is this the real thing?
If the latter I expect to see people applying RDF to freenet URIs (even
though RDF is hard). But how long before we can see the likes of my
I've got a reasonable handle on RDF's deployability; have no real sense
for where we're up to with Freenet and the like right now. Is it still
in the lab or is this buildable?
<rdfs:seeAlso web:resource ="http://rdfwebring.org/cgi-bin/cd/describe?000f3e13"/>
<dc:Title>The Who / Who's Better, Who's Best</dc:Title>
<web:li>Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere</web:li>
<web:li>The Kids are Alright</web:li>
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