All posts by David Wood

JSON-LD 1.0 is a Last Call Working Draft

The JSON-LD Community Group and the RDF Working Group are pleased to announce the Last Call publication of the JSON-LD 1.0 specification and the JSON-LD 1.0: Algorithms and API specification. JSON has proven to be a highly useful object serialization and messaging format. JSON-LD is a JSON-based format that can be used to serialize Linked […]

Turtle now a Candidate Recommendation

Turtle, the Terse RDF Triple Language, was published by the RDF Working Group as a Candidate Recommendation. This document is intended to become a W3C Recommendation. Turtle is a concrete syntax for RDF. A Turtle document allows writing down an RDF graph in a compact textual form. W3C publishes a Candidate Recommendation to indicate that […]

RDF Working Group Publishes Turtle as Last Call Working Draft

The RDF Working Group resolved on June 27, 2012 to publish Turtle: Terse RDF Triple Language as a Last Call Working Draft.  This document is intended to become a W3C Recommendation.  Comments from other W3C Working groups and the public are actively being sought via the public-rdf-comments@w3.org mailing list (archives) until September 15, 2012.

RDF Working Group Publishes JSON-LD Syntax and API Documents as First Public Working Drafts

The RDF Working Group resolved on July 11, 2012 to publish JSON-LD Syntax 1.0 and JSON-LD API 1.0 as First Public Working Drafts.  These two JSON-LD specifications have moved to the RDF Working Group as Recommendation-Track documents from the JSON for Linking Data Community Group. The Community Group will continue to work on JSON-LD specifications that transcend the charter […]

The State of RDF and JSON

If you have been paying attention to work being done at the W3C regarding RDF and JSON, you are probably confused.  We would be surprised if you weren’t!  This post will hopefully clarify the state of RDF and JSON at W3C and suggest what will likely happen next. The RDF Working Group was chartered to […]

RDF Working Group Is Settling In

The RDF working group started its work in earnest on 16 February 2011, with much interest and strong participation from the W3C community. The thirty-four participants represent companies large and small, academic institutions, non-profits and include several invited experts. The mission of the RDF working group is to “Update the 2004 RDF Recommendations, extending RDF […]