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Re: Last call issues

From: Dave Reynolds <der@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2008 18:27:45 +0100
Message-ID: <48160911.6040508@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
To: Chris Welty <cawelty@gmail.com>
CC: "Public-Rif-Wg (E-mail)" <public-rif-wg@w3.org>

One additional requirement which may already be in there implicitly is 
the need for a "conformance statement" of some sort which specifies what 
a "RIF processor" (whatever that actually is) must do to satisfy the specs.

This seems closely related to several topics already on that list, 
specifically: profiles, metadata roundtripping and datatype extensibility.

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Chris Welty wrote:
> We are close.  Some intensive effort for the next month.5 and we will 
> have a very nice set of documents.
> Christian and I have created and are maintaining for the purposes of 
> organizing the final discussions a wiki page 
> http://www.w3.org/2005/rules/wiki/ToDo_before_BLD_last_call
> That page lists the items remaining for discussion before the end of May 
> (our target last call date).  Procedurally we will be maintaining this 
> page and will be putting proposed resolutions for the upcoming telecon 
> here.  For each bullet item on the list, a formal issue has been opened 
> (if none existed).  I also went through the BLD and RDF+OWL documents 
> and ensured all the editors notes appear as issues on the issues list 
> and in this todo list.
> For each item on the todo list, we'd like to decide as a group to CLOSE 
> the issue (typically this means solving the issue by making some 
> choice), POSTPONE the issue (this means the issue will no longer be 
> discussed in this phase of RIF, and is postponed to the next incarnation 
> of the WG), or REMOVE the issue from the critical path (this means the 
> issue will not be discussed before the BLD last call, but may still be 
> discussed in this Phase of RIF after that).
> The first thing I'd like everyone to do is scan the list and make sure 
> there is nothing missing *that you believe should be critical path* (CP 
> - critical path - means we will address it before the end of May).  
> Please don't edit the TODO page, send an email to the group.
> The second thing I'd like everyone to do is mention the specific issue 
> (e.g. ISSUE-101) you are discussing in the subject line of any new 
> email.  This will help us to organize and track the discussions.
> -CC&S
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