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<LeeF> ericP, did you let Ralph and Steve know where we are?
<LeeF> Phone dying - finding a new one
<LeeF> general DAWG comments list: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rdf-dawg-comments/
<scribe> Scribe: ericP
<steve> ACTION: EricP to update disposition of comments list with 2 comments [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2007/09/21-dawg-minutes.html#action01]
-> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rdf-dawg-comments/2007Aug/0005.html Stu's request to allow arbitrary XML embedded in results
LeeF: dev of XMLRes happened
early in WG life
... apart from removal of @ordered and @distinct, stable since jun,jul 2005
... this comment got a response saying that this feature request would make parsing much harder
... expect that WG will have neither energy or desire to take this up now
... precedent that WG satisfied with XMLRes, as well as concearned about schedule
... even if they did take discuss it, expect that the feature wouldn't be adopted based on technical complexity
... exchanged mail with commentor, who said that he "only broght it up to show some users would like it"
... this feature could be added to a later SPARQL
<scribe> ACTION: LeeF to record Tuesdays disposition ... [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2007/09/21-dawg-minutes.html#action02]
-> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rdf-dawg-comments/2007Sep/0011.html AlanR's request for metadata
LeeF: evolved to a request for a
... echoed by 2 or 3 others on the list
... WG discussed this on last Tue and decided not to take it up
... ericP asked AlanR if he was content with the "too late" response. verbal response was "yes"
Steve: impl status? report?
LeeF: almost every SPARQL
language implentation also implements this XML Results
... test suite uses XMLResults so we can prove implementation that way
Steve: what's your CR duration?
LeeF: I proposed 3 weeks
... can do 4 weeks
Steve: checking process, but since you have at least 10 impls, i'm not concearned with a short CR
<LeeF> "# Each identified SPARQL feature has at least two implementations."
<steve> W3C's Current Practices for Presenting Dispositions of Comments
SPARQL XML Results CR will be from 24 Sept to 9 Oct
Steve: any features as risk?
-> http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/DataAccess/rf1/ editor's draft
Steve: patent policy issues? disclosures?
Steve: need to:
... .. update status of these two comments
... .. director's decision
... on behalf of the director, I approve this transition, contigent on the WG deciding not to take up the arbitrary embedded XML feature request
... do you see much take-up of SPARQL?
LeeF: maybe SPARQL's wierd, but I'm not used to seeing this level of interest in a spec that's not a Rec
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