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[wbs] response to 'SPARQL Next Steps Discussion'

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Here are the answers submitted to 'SPARQL Next Steps Discussion' (the
public) for Eyal Oren.



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Other Issues
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What additional issues/missing features should factor into rechartering
discussions?

feature 1: 
feature 2: 
feature 3: 




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Priorities
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What issues/features are most important to you?

Comments (or a URI pointing to your comments): 
ability to update graps (add/delete triples): to be able to use SPARQL as
generic access layer to RDF stores. It would be great to be able to change
data using SPARQL as well. The issues seem to be 'easier to get uptake if
we keep the feature support low', rather than of a technical nature.

counting: much more than other aggregate functions, counting is really
necessary to tune queries. if we exspect that RDF data is about
integration, it means there will be a lot of data, so I need to tune my
queries, and to know the size of the result set before I ask the query. An
RDF visualiser for example can very well ignore result sets that are too
big because they wouldn't make sense anyway.




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Attend F2F
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Will you attend the DAWG face to face at the 2006 TP? (See also, the
Registration for Technical Plenary.)

[ No ] 




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Demos
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What SPARQL demos would you like to show at the meeting?

Comments (or a URI pointing to your comments): 



These answers were last modified on 15 February 2006 at 17:20:22 U.T.C.
by Eyal Oren

Answers to this questionnaire can be set and changed at
http://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/1/DAWGnextSteps/ until 2006-03-01.

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