Am 09.07.2014 19:39, schrieb Dimitris Kontokostas:
> On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 6:13 PM, Daniel Kinzler <firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> Am 09.07.2014 08:14, schrieb Dimitris Kontokostas:
> > Maybe I am biased with DBpedia but by doing some experiments on EnglishYes. You can just poll the interface that the hub uses to fetch new data.
> > Wikipedia we found that the ideal update with OAI-PMH time was every ~5
> > OAI aggregates multiple revisions of a page to a single edit
> > so when we ask: "get me the items that changed the last 5 minutes" we skip the
> > processing of many minor edits
> > It looks like we lose this option with PubSubHubbub right?
> I'm not quite positive on this point, but I think with PuSH, this is done by the
> hub. If the hub gets 20 notifications for the same resource in one minute, it
> will only grab and distribute the latest version, not all 20.
> But perhaps someone from the PuSH development team could confirm this.
> It 'd be great if the dev team can confirm this.
> Besides push notifications, is polling an option in PuSH? I briefed through the
> spec but couldn't find this.
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