Round 8

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This page has information about a round of publication of working group documents.


General Information

Target Date 2009-08-31
This Round Round 8
Previous Round Round 7
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Announcements

Included in All Documents

The following text (if any), with its header, will be included in the status section of each document. This may be left empty.


Per-Document "Summary of Changes"

The text provided here for each document will be extracted, during publication, and placed in the "status of the document" section, under the sub-heading "First Public Draft" or "Summary of Changes" (as appropriate). This text should usually be one or two paragraphs, and link into the body of the draft (make it a working link, please) for more details on the changes.

Document Overview

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Syntax

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Mapping to RDF Graphs

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Direct Semantics

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RDF-Based Semantics

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Conformance

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Profiles

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Primer

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New Features and Rationale

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Quick Reference Guide

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XML Serialization

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PlainLiteral

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Announcements of the Round

This text can be used as is, or modified to suit the particular forum where an announcement is sent. Feel free to add an other versions that might be useful.

For W3C News

OWL 2 is a Proposed Recommendation

With more than a dozen implementations of OWL 2 reported, the OWL Working Group has published its OWL 2 Web Ontology Language as a Proposed Recommendation. OWL 2 is a compatible extension to OWL 1, providing additional features for people using ontologies. (An ontology is a structured set of terms that a particular community uses for organizing data, such as "title", "author", and "ISBN" for data about books.) The OWL 2 document set contains 13 documents, of which 4 are instructional: overview , primer, new features and rationale, and quick reference. The rdf:PlainLiteral datatype, developed for use by OWL 2 and RIF, is also a Proposed Recommendation. Learn more about the Semantic Web.

Publicity Tracking

Please record all publicity activities here. This is useful to avoid overlap and help ensure that we've announced the round in all the appropriate places. Copied and modified from Round 7#Publicity.


Forum Coordinator Date or Link-to-Posting
W3C News Sandro 22 Sept
W3C SW Activity News User:Ivan
Ivan's Blogs User:Ivan
Sandro 22 Sept
  • adtf@omg.org
  • bmi@omg.org
  • ontology@omg.org
EvanWallace
  • public-lod@w3.org
  • obo-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net
  • obo-format@lists.sourceforge.net
  • bfo-discuss@googlegroups.com
  • ontolog-forum@ontolog.cim3.net
  • obi-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
  • neurocommons-rdf@googlegroups.com
AlanRuttenberg
  • dl@dl.kr.org
  • lics@informatik.hu-berlin.de
  • pellet-users@lists.owldl.com
  • planetkr@kr.org
  • protege-owl@lists.stanford.edu
  • dbworld
  • kr-sig@mailman.amia.org
  • p4-feedback@lists.stanford.edu
IanHorrocks