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Agenda RDF-WG telecon 20 July 2011

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  • Chair: Guus Schreiber
  • Scribe: Axel Polleres
  • Alternate: Pierre-Antoine Champin

PROPOSED to accept the minutes of the 6 July telecon:

Action item review:

Next telecon: 3 August

Turtle Editors Draft

Transition request has been made:

Current Turtle issues:

Graph terminology

Thread on graph terminology:
  • g-snap: "RDF graph"
  • g-box: "RDF graph resource"?
  • g-text: <no name>? "RDF graph serialization/representation"?

Relevant issues:

ISSUE-14 What is a named graph and what should we call it?

ISSUE-38 graph-vocabulary: What new vocabulary should be added to RDF to talk about graphs?

ISSUE-29 default-graph: Do we support SPARQL's notion of "default graph"?

ISSUE-30 sparql datasets: How does SPARQL's notion of RDF dataset relate our notion of multiple graphs?

ISSUE-12 language-tagged literals

See proposal plus thread:

Time permitting

Graph concepts & semantics

ISSUE-15 What is the relationship between the IRI and the triples in a dataset/quad-syntax/etc


Other action under this heading (with proposed discussion order):

ISSUE-32 naming g-snaps: Can we identify both g-boxes and g-snaps?

ISSUE-33 subgraphs: Do we provide a way to refer to sub-graphs and/or individual triples?

ISSUE-35 rdf:Graph?: Should there be an rdf:Graph construct, or something like that?

ISSUE-17 Graph merge: How are RDF datasets to be merged?

ISSUE-21 Shared Node-IDs: Can Node-IDs be shared between parts of a quad/multigraph format?

ISSUE-22 empty-graphs: Does multigraph syntax need to support empty graphs?

ISSUE-31 multigraph syntax needed: Do we produce a standard (REC) syntax for conveying multiple graphs?

SPARQL coordination

SPARQL Last Call: see message from Lee:

Review of Pierre-Antoine: