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  • Chair: Guus Schreiber
  • Scribe: Fabien Gandon
  • Alternate: Gavin Carothers

Minutes of last meeting

PROPOSED to accept the minutes of the 19 September:

No formatted version yet which should go here:

Review of action items

Telecon time

See request from W3C Management and responses on the list:

Chair's baseline: no change unless something can be done w/o problems for active WG members.

Next meeting

  • Next telecon: 03 October 2012

Next FTF

Mon-Tue 29-30 Oct, Lyon, France, co-located with TPAC.

Info and registration information:

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REMINDER: Please remember to register your intent on the F2F3 and, if attending in person, register and pay for TPAC.

Provenance Constraints Review

Progress on LC reviews (actions 184+185)


Short discussion on status of handling comments.


Issue list:

Action 187 done by Gregg:



Charter constraints

  • WG charter expires 1 Feb 2013
  • Extension in all likelihood only possible if by that time RDF Concepts, RDF Semantics and Trig (read: named-graph syntax proposal) are in LC
  • What can we realistically achieve in the next three months?

Dataset semantics

Two main threads:

Minimal semantics proposal from Antoine:

Alternative proposal by Peter:

Excerpt from this message:

  1. No change to the semantics for RDF graphs.
  2. Entailment between RDF datasets D1=<G1,N1> and D2=<G2,N2> is defined as
    • a) G1 entails G2
    • b) for each <n,g> in N2 there is some <n,g'> in N2 such that g' entails g, or if there is no such <n,g'> then the empty RDF graph entails g

Phrased slightly differently by Pat:

Does this block use cases?