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Re: Action items in Re: Minutes of RDFcore telecon 2003-05-16

From: Brian McBride <bwm@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 11:27:36 +0100
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To: pat hayes <phayes@ai.uwf.edu>, w3c-rdfcore-wg@w3.org

At 22:03 28/05/2003 -0500, pat hayes wrote:

>>PatH respond to Peter regarding pfps-08 resolution
>>PatH respond to Peter regarding pfps-01 resolution
>>PatH respond to Peter regarding pfps-03 resolution
>>PatH [[[to be confirmed]]] respond to Peter regarding pfps-05 resolution

I don't see anything in www-rdf-comments about these.  Please remember that 
responses go to the commentor(s), copied to www-rdf-comments and seeking a 
response, e.g.

  http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-rdf-comments/2003AprJun/0170.html

Please could you redo do this following the normal process.

And if there is still time, some proposals to close some open issues for 
the telecon would be good.

Except that I think it should be the 'collection vocabulary' not the 
'container vocabulary', containers are alt bag and seq, this looks ok to 
me.  I believe you can just make these changes if you don't get any 
negative feedback

Brian


>Done
>>PatH [[[to be confirmed]]] check for changes to Semantics in light of 
>>timbl-03 decision
>
>Done. I would suggest a small change to the text in section 3.2.3, as follows:
>
>[The container vocabulary]" is intended for use typically in a context 
>where a container is described using blank nodes to connect a 
>'well-formed' sequence of items, each described by three triples of the form
>
>_:c1 rdf:type rdf:List .
>_:c1 rdf:first aaa .
>_:c1 rdf:rest _:c2 . "
>
>-->
>
>"is intended for use typically in a context where a container is described 
>using blank nodes to connect a 'well-formed' sequence of  items, each 
>described by two triples of the form
>
>_:c1 rdf:first aaa .
>_:c1 rdf:rest _:c2 . "
>
>and similarly excise the 'surplus' triples from the subsequent three 
>examples in the text, so that they read:
>
>"
>_:c1 rdf:first <ex:aaa> .
>_:c1 rdf:rest _:c2 .
>_:c2 rdf:first <ex:bbb> .
>_:c2 rdf:rest rdf:nil .
>does not entail
>_:c3 rdf:first <ex:bbb> .
>_:c3 rdf:rest _:c4 .
>_:c4 rdf:first <ex:aaa> .
>_:c4 rdf:rest rdf:nil .
>Also, RDF imposes no ' well-formedness ' conditions on the use of 
>this  vocabulary, so that it is possible to write RDF graphs which 
>assert  the existence of highly peculiar objects such as lists with 
>forked  or non-list tails, or multiple heads:
>
>_:666 rdf:first <ex:aaa> .
>_:666 rdf:first <ex:bbb> .
>_:666 rdf:rest <ex:ccc> .
>_:666 rdf:rest rdf:nil . "
>
>Pat
>
>
>
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