Guys, I understand that it's probably user-level question, but it seems that user list is not responding which means it's a problem on much deeper level. Please help me with this query and you'll have more useful information on this page: http://www.techpresentations.org/Semantic_Web ;)

           Sergey


On Mon, Mar 3, 2008 at 6:14 PM, Sergey Chernyshev <semediawiki-user@antispam.sergeychernyshev.com> wrote:
Fellow SMW users,

I'm trying to create an inline query and having troubles with it. I'm just wondering if anybody tried something like this.
Basic idea is that I want to have a "union" of two queries:

[[Category:Conference]]
[[Series::<q>[[Topic::Semantic Web]] [[Category:Conference Series]]</q>]]
[[End date::>2008-03-03]]

(in ask interface) and

[[Category:Conference]]
[[Topic::Semantic Web]]
[[End date::>2008-03-03]]

(in ask interface).

Essentially, I need to find all conferences that have Topic value of "Semantic Web" plus all conferences which belong to conference series which in order have Topic value of "Semantic Web".

It looks like disjunctions are not going to help me. But don't see any other way to join these two queries.
The thing is that I want them all to have [[End date::>2008-03-03]] condition, de-duped and ordered accordingly.

P.S. on another note, it might be a good idea for Special:Ask to have a button to generate associated inline query because it's quite painful to re-type it later. Plus it should probably implement all the formatting features and stuff. Just a wish of dedicated user ;)

         Sergey


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