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<kendallclark> including me :>
<kendallclark> I think there were at least 3 sparql talks proposed, and the one they accepted seemed odd (to be the only one, I mean)
<afs_> me having wireless iffy-ness
<DanC_lap> Jeen, is protocol testing update worth time on the agenda?
<jeen> not really, virtually no progress on that, unfortunately.
<DanC_lap> checking calendar, we've got to decide today if we're going to publish before the AC meeting. hmm.
<ericP> Scribe: EliasT
<kendallclark> Hey, "they" misspelled my name for a year ;>
<ericP> last meeting minutes: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rdf-dawg/2005OctDec/0193.html
<ericP> as amended by http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rdf-dawg/2005OctDec/0198.html
<ericP> PROPOSED: accept http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rdf-dawg/2005OctDec/0193 and http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rdf-dawg/2005OctDec/0198 as a true record
<ericP> next meeting: 22 november
<DanC_lap> partial regrets andys for 22 nov
<ericP> next meeting scribe: KendallC
<patH> Today I need to leave in about an hour from now.
<SteveH> i have probably regrests for next week, il be at wise2005
<ericP> floating point numbers can also be directly written and are interpreted as xsd:double.
Most are in favor of decimal as opposed to float. There were no objections for decimal.
SteveH: points out that Turtle uses float.
<ericP> PROPOSED: change dataytpe for SPARQL floating point numerics to xsd:decimal contingent on a similar change in Turtle.
<DanC_lap> in particular, Beckett's agreement
<ericP> APPROVED -- no objections, no abstentions
<DanC_lap> ACTION: DanC to ask DaveB about turtle [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2005/11/15-dawg-minutes.html#action01]
<AndyS> ACTION: AndyS to update rq23 to reflect double => decimal [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2005/11/15-dawg-minutes.html#action02]
<scribe> ACTION: AndyS to change spec to reflect decimal. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2005/11/15-dawg-minutes.html#action03]
<AndyS> (section 2.1.2, grammar, example in sec 3, check rest esp sec 11)
<DanC_lap> return type of DATATYPE
<DanC_lap> oops! s/xsd:Datatype/rdfs:Datatype/
ericP: DATATYPE returns the
datatype not the name of the datatype.
... i.e. DATATYPE() returns xsd:integer as opposed to "http://....#integer"^^xsd:anyURI
<kendallclark> hmm, for $10 I could fake a seizure after unmuting myself... Would that do it?
<kendallclark> tough crowd!
I'll give you $5
<kendallclark> I could describe the details of my dr's appointment... :>
<ericP> http://www.w3.org/TR/xquery/#dt-ebv [[
<ericP> Under certain circumstances (listed below), it is necessary to find the effective boolean value of a value. [Definition: The effective boolean value of a value is defined as the result of applying the fn:boolean function to the value, as defined in [XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Functions and Operators].]
<AndyS> fn:boolean() is not xsd:boolean cast
<ericP> FILTER DATATYPE(?a)
<ericP> ?a => "asdf"^^jkl:qewr
<ericP> ?a => "asdf"^^xsd:string
<ericP> FILTER DATATYPE(?a)
<DanC_lap> (in the interest of time, I'm inclined to re-open valueTesting, note that in the document (status), and move this meeting on to the publication question)
<patH> is kendall still breathing?
<AndyS> EricP - more after this call?
<patH> phew, thats a relief.
<kendallclark> I'm fine w/ publishing w/out more eyeballs on it.
<DanC_lap> PROPOSED: to publish 1.538 + EBV/valueTesting note, plus rdfs:Datatype/DATATYPE change in table, ...
<DanC_lap> PROPOSED: to publish 1.538 + EBV/valueTesting note, plus rdfs:Datatype/DATATYPE change in table, DATATYPE("abc")=string? note
<DanC_lap> PROPOSED: to publish 1.538 + EBV/valueTesting note, plus rdfs:Datatype/DATATYPE change in table, DATATYPE("abc")=string? note, plus, we hope, edited changelog by DanC
<DanC_lap> so RESOLVED.