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"Specification" now live in wiki (was Re: managing the documents as wiki pages)

From: Sandro Hawke <sandro@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2007 10:09:11 -0400
To: Ian Horrocks <Ian.Horrocks@comlab.ox.ac.uk>
Cc: "Peter F. Patel-Schneider" <pfps@research.bell-labs.com>, sandro@w3.org, public-owl-wg@w3.org
Message-ID: <20611.1193407751@ubuhebe>


> > I think that it is "ready for prime time", i.e., that we can use this
> > mechanism to transition the documents for real, and start editing.
> 
> Agreed. Let's do it.

Okay, done.    I moved the issues over to the talk page.

Can you tell me what that page should really be named in the wiki, and
what the other documents should be named in the wiki?

The OWL 1.1 site has:
  <dt><a href="overview.html">Overview</a></dt>
  <dt><a href="owl_specification.html">Structural Specification and Functional-Style Syntax</a></dt>
  <dt><a href="metamodel.html">MOF-Based Metamodel</a></dt>
  <dt><a href="semantics.html">Model-Theoretic Semantics</a></dt>

  <dt><a href="xml_syntax.html">XML Syntax</a></dt>
  <dt><a href="rdf_mapping.html">Mapping to RDF Graphs</a></dt>
  <dt><a href="tractable.html">Tractable Fragments</a></dt>

which is where I got "Specification" as the short name, but I'd love
something which conveys more information.  I guess the term "Abstract
Syntax" is being frowned upon now?  Maybe "Syntactic Structures"?

(it's not hard to change later, but if y'all know now, that'd be cool.)

      -- Sandro
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