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From: Tim Berners-Lee <timbl@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2005 15:29:29 -0500
To: Sean Palmer <sean@mysterylights.com>
Message-Id: <55EF7172-5E8F-11D9-B6A1-000A9580D8C0@w3.org>
Cc: public-cwm-talk@w3.org
 From a few nights ago in #swig:

[21:28] GreyLensman: sbp, u still working on the latest n3.n3 stuff?  
test suite et al.
[21:31] GreyLensman: @prefix x:y <http://www.bravias.org/test#> . # 
appears to be legal N3, but you can't ever actually use the prefix in a 
statement

Greylensman, well, that was a kludge in the grammar, now removed (see 
below).
The parser did (and notation3.n3 still does)  call for a qname, but 
just ignored the right hand part.

[21:45] bska|mobile left the chat room. (Read error: 60 (Operation 
timed out))
[21:46] sbp: hi there GreyLensman. I am, though I don't have any 
control over n3.n3 so there's not much I can do to correct it unless I 
file a bug and correct it locally in the test suite


Sean,  I think you do have some control - yes, I act as editor but you 
act as chair,
of these chats where n3.n3 has been discussed.  So - if you could 
organize another one
and make sure that the agenda either reviews, or creates, or *is* a 
list of issues with n3.n3,
then that would be great.


[21:47] sbp: we discussed the QName problem a little bit in the CWM/N3 
meeting that was held here last Monday, but didn't get as far as 
splitting up prefix and localname
[21:47] sbp: which, it seems, is going to be necessary
[21:47] GreyLensman: yes


This is for the strange way the @prefix is defined in
http://www.w3.org/2000/10/swap/grammar/n3.n3?
I fixed that, check in a new n3.n3 today.
Received on Tuesday, 4 January 2005 20:29:36 GMT

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