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<trackbot> Date: 12 December 2011
<melvster> hi all ... regrets i have to be away for a bit ... will try and join later ...
<bblfish> this def https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/WebID/rev/19a17e20739a
<bblfish> <tref>Alice</tref>'s with <tref>Alice</tref>'s
This one is good https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/WebID/rev/00e51578d93e
bblfish: let's look at the email
from Pierre-Antoine Champin
... he is correct - let's fix it now
<bblfish> :exponent "65537"^^<xsd:integer>;
what about the "triple store" requirement in the spec?
I suggested "RDF stack" or RDF library
"For verifiers that do not have access to a SPARQL query engine but can query the RDF data programmatically, it is relatively easy to emulate the above SPARQL query."
should the EARL test ontology be in the WebID spec?
bblfish: I think it's too late to
go in the spec now
... it's not clear and mature enough yet
... and we might want to call it something else
<bergi_> Thomas Bergwinkl
<melvster1> freedombox were thinking about implementing both buddypress and webid
<melvster1> yes they have lots of ideas
<jeffsayre> melvster1: We should talk sometime
<melvster1> sure! :)
<jeffsayre> melvster1: I'm back into the BuddyPress world and working with the dev team on Semantifying the platform. I'll ping you sometime after the holidays.
<bblfish> thanks all
<melvster1> jeffsayre: awesome, anytime!
<melvster1> thanks all
<bblfish> trackbot, end meeting
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