+1 for continuing the Architecture Guide.
 
On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 8:18 AM, Samuel Lampa <samuel.lampa.l@rilnet.com> wrote:
Sorry for repeating this, but wanted to remind about the need to update
the rest of the Architecture Overview article [1]. I guess that even
just updating the text that is there (there are two sections not updated
to 1.6) would go a long way?

The problem now is that even parts supposed to be updated for 1.6
changes still contain pointers to the supposedly ditched SMWDataValue
for example (see: [2]), which makes it somewhat confusing.

I'd love to have a shortlist of the foundational classes I need to know
to represent triple data with SMW classes ... Should I basically be fine
with SMWDataItems (elements) and SMWSemanticData (aggregates of facts
per subject)? ... or is there some other foundational class I should add
to the shortlist?

(Should not forget to say that the 1.6 changes looks very nice! :)
... if we can just get the know how to use it all ;) )

Cheers,
// Samuel

[1]: http://www.semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/Architecture_guide
[2]:
http://www.semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/Architecture_guide#SMWSemanticData_and_other_ways_to_represent_facts



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