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- Chair: Guus Schreiber
- Scribe: Mischa Tuffield
- Alternate: Nicholas Humfrey
Minutes of last meeting
PROPOSED to accept the minutes of the 3 Oct:
Review of action items
- Next telecon: 17 October 2012
Mon-Tue 29-30 Oct, Lyon, France, co-located with TPAC.
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Turtle LC comments
- ISSUE-178: Reference IETF BCP 47 for language declaration label
- ISSUE-179: Scope of document language label
- ISSUE-180: Various random character references should be more explicit label
- ISSUE-181: Non-ASCII IRI example
- ISSUE-182: cultural relevance of examples
- ISSUE-184: Malformed escapes examples
- ISSUE-185: Line terminator assumptions
- ISSUE-188: special handling of % in IRI
Provenance Constraints Review
Progress on LC reviews (actions 184+185)
Given our timeline, can we be finished with Datasets in this telecon?
Discuss whether in our dataset syntax, triples of the dataset's default graph MUST or MAY be surrounded by curly braces.
Related question: How can a human tell a Turtle document from a TriG document?
PROPOSED: In TriG, triples of the dataset's default graph [MUST|MAY] be surrounded by curly braces.
PROPOSED: Implementations that parse and store information from TriG documents MAY turn the TriG default graph into a named graph with a name chosen in an implementation-dependent way.
PROPOSED: The WG suggests it's a good practice to put metadata about a TriG document in the document's default graph.