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Re: swp:assertedBy

From: Pat Hayes <phayes@ihmc.us>
Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2004 13:13:44 -0500
Message-Id: <p06001f92bca5d1bd4d5d@[10.0.100.76]>
To: Jeremy Carroll <jjc@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Cc: Patrick Stickler <patrick.stickler@nokia.com>, Chris Bizer <chris@bizer.de>, www-archive@w3.org

>Attn Chris, read this before reviewing next draft.
>
>Pat,
>
>I have now reviewed your latest text and I am happy that it 
>addresses my earlier worries. In particular, I am now happy with the 
>concept of a warrant graph as a useful primitive. I will add 
>additional text at the beginning of 5.2 to the effect that warrants 
>are social acts, which can be usefully embodied in some record of 
>that act, in particular we will consider the case when a graph 
>containing a description of the warrant is identified with the 
>warrant, as a record of the social act. I may modify the first 
>example in 5.2 to use a bnode for the warrant, and then the second 
>example identifies the warrant as the graph itself.

That would be OK, as long as we don't use bnodes as graph labels I'm happy.

>I am integrating the text now, and hope to have it finished in a 
>couple of hours (all outstanding changes - from all authors). I fear 
>we will then be overlength, but I will circulate at that point. I 
>shall then make whatever reductions are necessary. A possibility 
>might be to cut the query languages section - but I will try 
>trimming first. In particular I suspect we repeat ourselves 
>concerning performatives.

Yes, we do. Suggest leaving that in the intuitive sections and 
removing it (other maybe than a few words) in the formal section. 
Also I agree that the query language stuff could be omitted or 
shortened simply to an example embedded in text, along the lines  of 
'here's how it would look in the query language [reference]; 
{example} "

>Feel free to give me a call on +39 0586 89 03 55

You already called me, right?

Pat

>
>Jeremy


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