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Re: defining RDF graph syntax

From: Jeremy Carroll <jjc@hpl.hp.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 09:04:44 +0100
To: w3c-rdfcore-wg@w3.org

> It is fine to be informal and talk about 'labels' in the primer (or
> anywhere else) as long as one is careful to say somewhere that since
> two nodes never have the same label, that we can (and do) *formally*
> equate labelled nodes with their labels.

My understanding was that most of the other editors currently use nodes with
I think we can do this in three ways:
a) hold Pat to his previous commitment !!
b) get everyone to change
c) I finesse it in the Abstract Data Model and permit both (isomorphic)
views elsewhere

I suspect that we do not have time in this round to do any of these, and so
suggest that we leave it as it is, and fix it before last call. There is a
note in the Concepts highlighting this as an unresolved document issue.

I am concerned that the traffic that we have already seen suggests most WG
members would like this round of publication to have a level of
cross-document editorial consistency (including avoiding duplication, and
use of identical terminology) that I think we cannot meet giving the
timescale. I believe many of the issues raised can be postponed until Last

Personally I think that (c) is the best fix. I would be happy to accept an
action at Friday's telecon to attempt (c) next week - if I don't succeed we
would have to back-up to not fixing this time round.

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