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Re: features for this week's teleconference & plan for April

From: Chimezie Ogbuji <ogbujic@ccf.org>
Date: Mon, 06 Apr 2009 09:18:39 -0400
To: "Lee Feigenbaum" <lee@thefigtrees.net>, "SPARQL Working Group" <public-rdf-dawg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <C5FF796F.9286%ogbujic@ccf.org>
(Solicited) emphasis below.

On 4/6/09 2:58 AM, "Lee Feigenbaum" <lee@thefigtrees.net> wrote:
> By my reckoning (probably not totally accurate), that will leave the
> following features not yet having been discussed on the mailing list or
> in a teleconference:
> 
> + Control of inference
> + Cost model interface
> + OneOfGp
> + Pragmas
> + TimeoutAndResourceConstraints
> 
> ...and the following described (to date) on the mailing list only:
> 
> + AllNamedGraphs
> + BlankNodeRefs
> + CompositeDatasets
> 
> Please note: I do not intend to devote any teleconference time to these
> features. If you would like the group to spend teleconference time on
> any of these, please let me know asap! If you are not keen on
> teleconference time but want the group to strongly consider one or more
> of these, please make your case on the mailing list as soon as possible.
> "Speak now or forever hold your peace," so to speak.

I personally don't have a particular preference of teleconference or mailing
list, but (for the record), of the features listed above, the following are
important for the Cleveland Clinic and the way we use SPARQL and is primary
motivation for our joining the WG (so we hope the group strongly considers
them): 

- Control of inference

Generally, it would be a shame if we didn't seriously consider a way to
specify entailment regimes given the mature state of the various standards
on RDF entailment: OWL, OWL2, and now RIF

- AllNamedGraphs

I hope the case has been made by the usecase and feature description

- BlankNodeRefs

Ditto (i.e., the feature description should already have sufficiently made
the case for the value of this: multiple, implementation-specific
implementations,e tc..)
 
> That puts us at Apr. 14. At that point we plan to present an ordered
> list of our straw poll results, and to put up a web-based survey for WG
> members to indicate preference for the group's deliverables. I plan for
> this survey to be open for 2 weeks, but I'd like everyone to indicate
> preferences as early as possible. This is because I'd like to devote our
> teleconference on the 21st to discussing where we stand, trying to
> influence people, etc. By the end of our teleconference on the 28th,
> we'll reach consensus on what our deliverables will be (both required
> and optional priorities).

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Chimezie (chee-meh) Thomas-Ogbuji (oh-bu-gee)
Heart and Vascular Institute (Clinical Investigations)
Cleveland Clinic (ogbujic@ccf.org)
Ph.D. Student Case Western Reserve University
(chimezie.thomas-ogbuji@case.edu)


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