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

From: Ian Horrocks <Ian.Horrocks@comlab.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2007 15:41:49 +0100
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Cc: "Peter F. Patel-Schneider" <pfps@research.bell-labs.com>, public-owl-wg@w3.org
To: "Sandro Hawke" <sandro@w3.org>

On 26 Oct 2007, at 15:09, Sandro Hawke wrote:

>>> 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?

I'm not sure what is wrong with the existing names, but if something  
shorter is required how about:

> 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>

MOF-Based Metamodel

>   <dt><a href="semantics.html">Model-Theoretic Semantics</a></dt>


>   <dt><a href="xml_syntax.html">XML Syntax</a></dt>

XML Serialisation

>   <dt><a href="rdf_mapping.html">Mapping to RDF Graphs</a></dt>

Mapping to RDF Graphs

>   <dt><a href="tractable.html">Tractable Fragments</a></dt>

Tractable Fragments


> 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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