Re: grddlonrdf tests

I would quite like an opportunity to tidy up the text on the 
testlist[123] pages as well. It's a bit raggedy.


Dan Connolly wrote:
> Jeremy Carroll wrote:
>> testlist3.html#grddlonrdf-xmlmedia-type1
>> testlist3.html#grddlonrdf
> please let's use the names without the .html
> so
> The short description of this tests says "/An implementation only has to 
> produce one of these three/."
> (1) that's not true, i.e. can't be justified from the spec. producing 
> none is consistent with the spec.
> (2) "an implementation" isn't a term we've defined; "GRDDL-aware agent" 
> is the conformance label
> (3) let's please not refer to implementations from the test descriptions 
> at all. The tests are there
> primarily to clarify the language design. They are also intended to help 
> developers develop interoperable
> code, but I'd rather leave that out of the test descriptions altogether.
> Also, re "there are /three distinct and equally valid output graphs for 
> this test/ for this document"
> (1) "equally valid" is a little tricky to justify from the spec, given 
> the SHOULD stuff we recently
> put in there re GRDDL-aware agents.
> (2) it's "GRDDL result", not "output graph".
>> With these two I would hope at some point to be able to check output1 
>> and output2; but can't at the moment. I might come back later on the 
>> other two, once my software can check them.
>> With these two I get the following error messages (times two)
>>  WARN [SandBoxed-26] ( - 
>> 5): {W109} 
>> The namespace URI: <??> is relative. Such use has been deprecated by 
>> the W3C, and may result in RDF interoperability failures. Use an 
>> absolute namespace URI.
>> ERROR [SandBoxed-26] ( - 
>> 5): {E201} 
>> Illegal attributes on rdf:RDF
>> The second is unavoidable.
>> The first is simply an error in the files, this seems like nonsense:
>>    xmlns:con="??"
> Indeed. I'm not in a good position to attend to details like that this week.
> Please fix, Harry or Brian or somebody.
> Let's see about an ssh/cvs account for you, Jeremy. Please send me
> an ssh2 public key.
> -- 
> Dan Connolly, W3C

Received on Wednesday, 7 March 2007 14:09:14 UTC