@Zachary_Trautt suggested the following:
Our proposal states the following (emphasis mine): “a data dictionary is created and deployed online, with resolvable HTTP URLs for each term, that documents the fields of the dataset;” I propose that individuals within the group volunteer to create a resolvable instance of the term “hello world”, using whatever technology they see fit, in any service they see fit. This will enable us to see likely approaches among service providers and begin to make mappings between identical terms of “hello world”.
With the help of @ml-evs, I put up a small something at https://ns.polyneme.xyz/2021/04/marda-dd/test#helloWorld. The source is at GitHub - marda-dd/hello-world in the “dwinston” directory. Pull requests are very welcome if you’d like to share a different approach in a separate directory.
@Zachary_Trautt also has a demo up with the following information:
Here is a “hello world” (noting that everything here is under active development and subject to change/interruption):
We still have some handle configuration changes, but you can redirect the PID to the API view via: