Getting Started with Fluidinfo: Online Information Storage by Nicholas J. Radcliffe

By Nicholas J. Radcliffe

Think a public garage method that has a spot on-line for dependent information approximately every thing that exists - or that may exist. This booklet introduces Fluidinfo, a approach that allows you to shop information regarding whatever, actual or imaginary, in any electronic shape. you are going to manage and look for information, and judge who can use, adjust, and expand what you have contributed. This consultant demonstrates Fluidinfo's strength to create social info, with amenities that motivate clients and purposes to percentage, remix, and reuse facts in methods they won't have expected. you will the right way to use instruments for interpreting and writing info, and the way to exploit Fluidinfo on your personal purposes by means of operating with its writable API and straightforward question language.

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Thus Alice could remove her private namespace, together with the tags it contains and all of the occurrences of those tags on objects by entering the following: $ rm -rf private If Alice omitted the -r flag, the deletion would fail because the private directory would not be empty: $ rm private Fish failure: Error Status 412 (PRECONDITION_FAILED (probably not empty)); [/alice/private] (In this case the -f is not strictly required, but it does no harm). Similarly, if Alice tried to remove her rating tag when it was still attached to one or more objects, she would get an error: $ rm rating Fish failure: Error Status 412 (PRECONDITION_FAILED (probably not empty)); [/alice/rating] As in Unix, a side effect of the -f flag is that is suppresses warnings if the items to be removed do not exist.

Objects can be specified by ID (-i), or by matching with a Fluidinfo query (-q). We saw from in Figure 2-1 that the ID for the object corresponding to the web page is 2bbbf590-14fd-4de8-93c8-e41a70307c53. com/iblog' option with -i 2bbbf590-14fd-4de8-93c8e41a70307c53. com/iblog $ fish untag -i 2bbbf590-14fd-4de8-93c8-e41a70307c53 rating comment You can use any of the commands we have seen so far to operate on all the objects that match a given query by using the -q option followed by the Fluidinfo query specification.

Exit the interactive session with Ctrl-D on Unix, Ctrl-Z on Windows. Case sensitivity: Fluidinfo is, in general, sensitive to capitalization, but usernames may be specified in any case. Usernames will always be returned as lowercase by Fluidinfo. This is similar to the way URLs work: the domain name part is case-insensitive, but the rest of the URL is not (though this actually depends on the web server involved). Removing Tags and Namespaces: The rm Command Fish’s rm command removes tags and namespaces.

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