Simple Web Semantics – Index Post

Sam Hunting suggested that I add indexes to the Simple Web Semantics posts to facilitate navigating from one to the other.

It occurred to me that having a single index page could also be useful.

The series began with:

Reasoning why something isn’t working is important to know before proposing a solution.

I have gotten good editorial feedback on the proposal and will be posting a revision in the next couple of days.

Nothing substantially different but clearer and more precise.

If you have any comments or suggestions, please make them at your earliest convenience.

I am always open to comments but the sooner they arrive the sooner I can make improvements.

3 Responses to “Simple Web Semantics – Index Post”

  1. […] My first encounter with this proposal so I need to compare it to my Simple Web Semantics. […]

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  3. […] As its uptake is evidence of the interest in someone else’s semantics. (Simple Web Semantics – The Semantic Web Is Failing — But Why?) […]