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From: Clark, John <CLARKJ2@ccf.org>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 14:11:37 -0400
Message-ID: <F122C25B4CD6F34BB119A97593679601027CA8C6@CCHSCLEXMB59.cc.ad.cchs.net>
To: "public-grddl-wg" <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>

> > Is it a good idea to explicitly note the sources like this? 
>  The idea 
> > was that it should work on different sets of RDF data (that 
> the user 
> > would provide to the query (e.g. "on the command line")).

> Hmmm...I would guess most "new" users would use a SPARQL 
> online service and cut and paste examples. That was myself 
> and Jeremy's logic in using explicit noting of sources.

Ah, good point.  I hadn't looked at the online SPARQL services; I find
it interesting that they don't let you provide input graphs manually.
In any case, I think that's a very good reason.  I didn't change the
text of the inline SPARQL query to include the source references; do you
want me to go ahead and do that, or to leave it "generic"?

Take care,

    John L. Clark


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