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Jeremy Carroll response to 'Next step for OWL - are we ready to move to Candidate and/or Proposed Recommendation'

From: <Jeremy_Carroll@hp.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 13:47:03 -0400 (EDT)
To: Jeremy_Carroll@hp.com, hendler@cs.umd.edu, www-webont-wg@w3.org
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Here are the answers submitted to 'Next step for OWL - are we ready to move to Candidate and/or Proposed Recommendation' (Web Ontology Working Group)
for Jeremy Carroll.

What to do next?
The next step for the OWL documents should be:  (Short CR = 3-8 weeks; long CR is longer than that, perhaps up to 6 months).
ChoicePrefersCan Live with
Move to PR.( )[ ]
Have a short CR iff RDF Core not yet ready for PR.( )[ ]
Have a short CR irrespective of RDF Core( )[x]
Have a long CR period( )[x]
Other - explained in comment field(x)[ ]

Comments (or a URI pointing to it): 
I think the CR exit criteria should be set as:
- after RDF Core
- after sufficient implementations pass sufficient tests
e.g.
  2 complete OWL Lite consistency checkers
  (i.e. 2 which pass all OWL Lite consistency and inconsistency tests
   and moreover claim logical completeness)
  at least one reasoner passes every test that is not an extra credit test
  two reasoners implementing (different) substantial subsets of OWL DL
  two owl syntax checkers passing all tests

Whether this is short, long, or immediate is up to the implementors.

  
These answers were last modified on 3 July 2003 at 13:44:21 E.S.T.
by patrick hayes

You can check and modify your answers at
http://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/30310/CRorPR/ until 2003-07-09.

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