Rule Interchange Format
The Rule Interchange Format (RIF) Working Group has published a new Public Working Draft of RIF Use Cases and Requirements. The first draft, in March, had only use cases. Now requirements are included, along with goals and a rough cut of the space of rule systems likely to be addressed in Phase 1. The group invites comments through 8 September.
The Rule Interchange Format (RIF) Working Group has published the First Public Working Draft of RIF Use Cases and Requirements. Synthesized from nearly fifty use cases, the document specifies use cases and requirements for a format that allows rules to be translated between rule languages and thus transferred between rule systems.
The W3C has announced the formation of the Rule Interchange Format (RIF) Working Group.
W3C will be holding a Workshop to bring together rule system vendors, rule users with a need for interoperability, and others to work toward developing a standard rule language for the Web. Details in the Call for Participation.