Meetings:Telecon2012.08.06

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1 Admin

  • Chair: Arnaud Le Hors
  • Scribe: First available on the scribe list starting with Andrei Sambra and Andy Seaborne as alternate.

1.1 Minutes of last meetings

PROPOSED to accept the minutes of the July 9 telecon:

   http://www.w3.org/2012/ldp/meeting/2012-07-09

PROPOSED to accept the minutes of the July 23 telecon:

   http://www.w3.org/2012/ldp/meeting/2012-07-23

1.2 Review of action items

1.3 Next meeting

  • Next telecon: August 20, 2012

1.4 F2F

First face to face meeting at TPAC. For those not being able to travel to Lyon, Oracle has volunteered to host a meeting in NYC which would be an alternative F2F location. Details have to be figured out, such as: Who plans to be where? What kind of connection can be established, is a video link possible? Meeting times so that we can have a reasonable work day that works for both locations at the same time?

2 SPARQL Graph Store Protocol

SPARQL Graph Store Protocol is something we should look at in greater detail. Steve Speicher has volunteered to take a closer look (ACTION-4), if he has already finished the review, we should spend some time listening to his analysis.

3 Use Cases and Requirements

Use Cases And Requirements is a rather incoherent mix of very application-oriented scenarios, and more abstract requirements on the functional level. Our next goal should be to make this document more coherent, and then start working on it as a public WG document (to be published as a NOTE eventually). As a first step, we should decide which "style" we want to choose. Following is a rather random and open list of similar documents published by other working groups. We should discuss the pros and cons of these, and then pick a style we want to use for our document:

After picking a style, we should have a last round of edits on the wiki, and then we should have an assigned editor to make the wiki document more coherent (either in the wiki, or already in W3C spec style). We will need a volunteer for this, so please check your availability for such a task, and keep in mind that a working group can only function with everybody actively contributing. Thanks!

4 Handling of Public Comments on Linked Data Profile 1.0 Submission

We've received comments from a couple of people outside the WG and need to agree on how we are going to handle them.

Leigh Dodd's comments

Martynas Jusevičius's comments


5 AOB