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Re: Volunteers to present features to group starting this Tuesday

From: Luke Wilson-Mawer <luke.wilson-mawer@garlik.com>
Date: Mon, 09 Mar 2009 15:03:05 +0000
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To: Lee Feigenbaum <lee@thefigtrees.net>,SPARQL Working Group <public-rdf-dawg@w3.org>
I'm happy to do ProjectExpressions.

Lee Feigenbaum <lee@thefigtrees.net> wrote:

>I'd like to ask everyone to please continue submitting potential 
>features to the wiki. I've got a few to copy over from the -comments 
>list myself.
>
>Starting this Tuesday, I think we should start using both our weekly 
>teleconferences and this mailing list to discuss the features. The goal 
>is for all the members of the Working Group to be familiar with the core 
>details of each feature:
>
>+ what it means
>+ what capabilities it provides
>+ how widely implemented it is
>+ how challenging/time-consuming it might be to specify
>
>The goal is *not* (yet) to spend time debating details of how the 
>feature would work (e.g. syntax), except as far as that determines how 
>difficult it would be to specify or implement.
>
>I'd like to ask that people who are familiar with one or more of the 
>proposed features volunteer to give short (5 minutes or so?) 
>presentations about them at upcoming teleconferences beginning this 
>Tuesday. Basically, walk the group through the wiki page so that we can 
>spend a few minutes on an initial discussion of each and begin to get an 
>idea of everyone's priorities.
>
>Please just reply to this mail if you'd be willing to present one or 
>more features.
>
>thanks,
>Lee
>
>
>
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