Transition Request Oct 2012
See [@@@ @@@archived e-mail version].
This is a mixed transition request, with documents going to CR, PR, and PER.
- 1 Titles
- 2 Abstracts and Status Sections
- 3 Decisions to Request Transition
- 4 Changes since Last Call
- 5 Satisfies Group's Requirements
- 6 Dependencies
- 7 Received Wide Review
- 8 Issues Formally Addressed
- 9 Objections
- 10 Implementations
- 11 Patent Disclosures
We propose to publish the following documents as Proposed Recommendation:
The estimated publication date is 23 October 2012
2 Abstracts and Status Sections
|Document (ED Link)||Abstract|
3 Decisions to Request Transition
3.1 To Proposed Recommendation
3.2 To Proposed Edited Recommendation
RESOLVED: Publish Proposed Edited Recommendation (stage before "Recommendation, Second Edition") of http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-sparql-XMLres/ with errata addressed, cross-links updated, and mentioning other results format documents (JSON, CSV, TSV). Contingent on completion of ACTION-698, ACTION-699, and ACTION-700.
3.3 To Candidate Recommendation
RESOLVED: Publish http://www.w3.org/2009/sparql/docs/entailment/ as CR ("Entailment Regimes")
RESOLVED: publish SPARQL1.1 protocol as CR ("Protocol")
RESOLVED: Publish http://www.w3.org/2009/sparql/docs/http-rdf-update/ as CR ("Graph Store Protocol")
4 Changes since Last Call
See the documents themselves:
All of these changes are minor and editorial.
5 Satisfies Group's Requirements
The requirements have not changed since the previous transition. None of the many reviews have claimed that the documents fail to satisfy the group's requirements.
The charter deliverables are by the group's publications, along with the test suite website.
7 Received Wide Review
See list of comments: http://www.w3.org/2009/sparql/wiki/Comments
8 Issues Formally Addressed
There have been no formal objections.
The group maintains a [http://www.w3.org/2009/sparql/implementations/
table of implementations and test results] ([@@@ @@@snapshot 9 October 2012]).
The group [@@@ @@@ approved] the exit criteria of have each approved test past by two or more implementations.
11 Patent Disclosures