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Graph Standardization Business Group

The Graph Standardization Business Group will take the output from the recent W3C Graph Data Workshop and develop a strategy for how the work should move ahead. The things we will explore are:
  • What Use Cases are organizations trying to solve? What are the business needs that need to be addressed?
  • What are the possible areas of technical work that needs to be done in W3C and what organizations will support it?
  • Which other organizations does W3C need to work with to insure interoperability?

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The Graph Standardization Business Group will take the output from the recent W3C Graph Data Workshop and develop a strategy for how the work should move ahead. The things we will explore are:

  • What Use Cases are organizations trying to solve? What are the business needs that need to be addressed?
  • What are the possible areas of technical work that needs to be done in W3C and what organizations will support it?
  • Which other organizations does W3C need to work with to insure interoperability?

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This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2019-04-07 by Keith Hare. The following people supported its creation: Keith Hare, Hamidreza Mahyar, Irum Maqsood, Ahmadreza Saeidbakhsh, Samuel Klein. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.

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