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Fwd: Request to OWL implementors

From: Jim Hendler <hendler@cs.umd.edu>
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 07:15:22 -0500
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Please note the following from Jeremy Carroll:

Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 10:21:21 +0000
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>(Addressed to, I hope, all implementors who have reported test results)
>
>Thanks for your earlier reports concerning the OWL Test Cases.
>
>We are now wrapping up the test results before, hopefully, moving 
>OWL to Proposed Recommendation.
>
>
>A few tests have been added or changed, and we do not yet have 
>enough reports to support approving them. Please can you run your 
>systems against these tests and report back.
>
>Options for reporting back include:
>1) running the whole test suite and updating your test results, 
>which will then be picked up automatically.
>2) running just these tests and reporting by e-mail with 
>Pass/Fail/Incomplete ... E-mail can either be in response to this 
>message (on the webont list or to public-webont-comments@w3.org)
>
>(1 is preferred)
>
>
>The new and modified tests which we would like you to consider are:
>   Thing-003
>   Thing-005
>   description-logic-208
>   description-logic-209
>   description-logic-668
>   miscellaneous-010
>   miscellaneous-011
>
>
>further we were surprised at the lack of results for the following 
>tests, may be running your system with a larger timeout or similar 
>may resolve these ones:
>
>   description-logic-666
>   description-logic-905
>   description-logic-909
>
>(If you succeed on either of the last two, you could try 906, 910 
>and 907. All of them require implementation of finiteness. The 
>textual description of 907 is erroneous, and will be fixed next week 
>some time)
>
>It would be most helpful if you can report back by Wednesday 26th 
>Nov, so that we can ask the Working Group to approve these tests on 
>Thursday.
>
>thank you
>
>Jeremy Carroll on behalf of Test subgroup of WebOnt WG
>
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