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Re: ACTION-480 completed: Review CSV document

From: Andy Seaborne <andy.seaborne@epimorphics.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2011 13:48:03 +0100
Message-ID: <4E1C4283.5070506@epimorphics.com>
To: public-rdf-dawg@w3.org

On 12/07/11 13:16, Polleres, Axel wrote:
>> Are you proposing that the format does cover ASK results?  Or listing
>> the changes that would be needed without advocacy?
> It seemed very little of a change, so<chair-hat off>  I was in favor of covering ASK as well</chair-hat off>, but...


>>>        "true" or "false" followed by the end-of-line character. The following
>>>        sections explain how to encode the results table for a SELECT query in CSV
>>>        (Section 4) and TSV (Section 5).
>>   Steve and Greg have argued for requiring the header line in CSV files.
>>   The TSV format requires a header line.
> ... I see, the problem is that ASK wouldn't have a header line?

See proposed way round this.

> It seems we need a group decision on this?


The editor can draft text based on input in email.  Decisions are best 
for large or controversial issues.

I was intending to change the decision so that the header line is 
required for CSV.

>>> 6) in section 4.2
>>>      Why do we reference [RDF-SPARQL-QUERY] here instead of [SPARQL11-QUERY]?
>> References are managed by the general W3C mechanisms and you can't ref
>> working drafts.  Has to be fixed later :-(
> Note sure whether you mean that's a process or a technical problem? (There's no problem in referenceing from one WD to another WD, right? we do that in several docs) . At least, if we mean to refer to query11 eventually, let's add a @@ not to forget?

It's a ReSpec issue; Robin (as maintainer of the refs DB) does not want 
to put transient material into the DB.

As this is a WD (and a NOTE), we can't under the same restrictions in 
order to publish.  Publish early, publish often.

As noted:
"Content for inclusion in the standard biblio DB"

>> Can we please publish this as a WD-NOTE now?
> Lee said he wanted to have a look before we publish... http://www.w3.org/2009/sparql/meeting/2011-07-05#line0170
> Lee?


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