Re: [dxwg] Links across DCAT rec, rdf files and namespace pages (#377)

The second link-based question is what to do with example ttl files such as [csiro-dap-examples.ttl](  From the ED, these link to our github repository.  For our second public working draft, they link to a locked branch.  We need to decide what our approach is for any future PWD and more particularly for the more formal candidate rec/published rec etc.  A potential disadvantage of using this approach for REC is that it creates a long term/permanent dependancy on github for the recommendation on the W3C website.  [Though many W3C assets/tools do link to github for documentation etc e.g. links from the editors [guidebook]( to respec].

Is it okay to have live links from a (hopefully) published REC to a (locked branch in a)  github repo?  

@draggett - is there any guidance here? What are our choices?

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