On 20.08.2014 10:46, Gerard Meijssen wrote:
When I add statements with "is a list of", the item I refer to works as
a base. It and all subsequent statements are required to be the result
of the result that is generated by WDQ in the background. The results
are shown automatically from within Reasonator.
The hack is in having Reasonator interpret the limited expressions
available. Then again, calling Reasonator a hack is a disservice to the
real application it provides.
Not sure what you refer to, but there might be a misunderstanding here.
I was using the word "hack" in my email to refer to the proposal of
using additional qualifiers to express queries in Wikidata. That was a
new proposal in the email I replied to and had nothing to do with
Reasonator or your annotations.