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  • Chair: Guus Schreiber
  • Scribe: Yves Raimond
  • Alternate: Olivier Corby

Minutes of last meeting

PROPOSED to accept the minutes of the 16 May telecon:

Review of action items

Next meeting

  • Next telecon: 30 May 2012

Turtle Last Call

Turtle editor's draft:

Proposal for getting Turtle to LC and N-Triples to FPWD:

Relevant discussion threads

  1. N-Triples white space question:
  2. Turtle conformance clause / strict-vs-loose parsing:

Process for JSON LD WD



RDF Concepts WD

Editor's draft:

Proposal to publish RDF Concepts as revised WD.

See also status message by Richard:

Named Graphs

ISSUE proposals

ISSUE-5 Graph literals

  • PROPOSED: Close ISSUE-5 ("Should we define Graph Literal datatypes?"), saying No, we should not.

ISSUE-28 Syntactic nesting of g-texts

  • PROPOSED: Close ISSUE-28 ("Do we need syntactic nesting of graphs (g-texts) as in N3?"), saying No, we do not -- the use cases presented to the WG can be addressed without, and making syntactic nesting pay off would require additional logic machinery that's beyond this WG's scope.

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

  • PROPOSED: Close ISSUE-29 (Do we support SPARQL's notion of "default graph"?'), Yes, we do.

ISSUE-30 Relation RDF Datasets with multiple graphs

  • PROPOSED: Close ISSUE-30 ("How does SPARQL's notion of RDF dataset relate our notion of multiple graphs?"), saying we will use SPARQL's notion of RDF dataset as much of the foundation of our handling of multiple graphs.

ISSUE-33 Mechanism to refer to sub-graphs and/or individual triples

  • PROPOSED: Close ISSUE-33 ("Do we provide a way to refer sub-graphs and/or individual triples?"), with the understanding that datasets can be used to refer to sub-graphs and individual triples.

RDF spaces draft

Sandro's document on spaces and datasets:

Suggestion to briefly discuss Guus' take on consensus about this document (pls ignore subject line of this message):

Richard's suggestion about "stateful Resource":