19584Re: [rest-discuss] Atom entries for change events of resources (looking for appropriate link relation)
- Jan 12, 2014On 13.01.2014, at 00:35, Erik Mogensen <erik@...> wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 12, 2014 at 10:08 PM, Jan Algermissen <jan.algermissen@...> wrote:Yes, I like that, too. Especially vs minting one. OTH, there is the proximity to RDF/Linked Data semantics.
> What I am looking for is a link relation that is a good fit for linking from the entry to the changed resources. I am thinking
> - about: <link rel="about" href="/employees/7628827272"/>
> - via: <link rel="via" href="/employees/7628827272"/>
> About stands out as a clear winner IMHO.
> "Employee 12345"... is the subject of ..."this change event"
>Thanks for reminding me. I kinda think 'alternate' means 'can stand in as' which is not true in my case. Ian S. Robinson also used alternate in hist Infoq talk.
> FWIW, Mark Nottingham's awesome cache channels draft from 2007 used the alternate link relation (top of page 7):
> Entries in the feed represent events, in reverse-chronological order.
> The atom:link element(s) with the "alternate" relation determines the
> URI(s) that an event is applicable to.
> : http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-nottingham-http-cache-channels-01#page-7
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