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Re: [dxwg] Editorial fixes for Prof 3 pwd candidate prior to introducing final substantive change proposals. (#1074)

From: Nicholas Car via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 10:47:29 +0000
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@aisaac I've addressed 4 of your comments requesting changes (see commits above linking to comment IDs) and regarding https://github.com/w3c/dxwg/pull/1074#issuecomment-531942290 (Issues removed): 

* #521 - the proponant (Rob) is happy for this to be added as Future Work and a poll so far indicates watching participants' agreement so I thought it would serve no purpose to leave in the doc. We should address it, and all other future-work tagged issues after PWD release
* #507 - duplicate for the now "at risk" issue (#1078) in the doc which I added to highlight the proposed axiom. There are about 4 issues that all get at the same thing
* #802 - one of the semi-duplicates for the above. The axiom answers the question so if it's accepted then this Issue is for Guidance (which I think is the right place for it)
* #453 - this has been addressed in a commit above, as per your request. I thought it would be so I'd like to see the PR pulled through to ED so I can tag the Issue as due-for-closing. Seems onerous to keep back-and-forth tagging (chicken and egg)
* #795 - I think this is now well addressed by the isTransitiveProfileOf semantics (linked to above) and the axiom so I've taken it out of this PR. I will reference the proposed solution, and the example in the doc from SKOS as per Karen's comment in the Issue, in an email to the ShEx group that raised it.

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