Re: new ? resource discovery idea

Martin Hamilton <>
From: Martin Hamilton <>
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Subject: Re: new ? resource discovery idea
To: (Johnson M J)
Date: Wed, 1 Dec 1993 15:25:33 +0000 (GMT)
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[ Mark said: ]

/                                                           By
/ joining individual subject spaces to a global subject space, the
/ resources are discovered and organised by the users, without any
/ extra effort.  Once a global subject space is populated with
/ resources, it can be used by individuals to discover resources
/ by searching and browsing it.

Just me being curious really, but what is this global subject space,
and how are you going to populate it?  If we're just talking about
putting things onto a single server (remember the NCSA annotation
server :-) then fair enough - I was wondering if there might be
anything more to it!