RE: ISSUE-30 - JSON-LD Telecon Minutes for 2011-10-04

> Why so? As the array is ordered, better state that the context is
> processed by strictly following the order disregarding the fact they
> are remote or not. If you want to make sure that local context info to
> be processed last just put it at the end of the array. This is both
> simpler to understand and more expressive:
> For instance that would allow JSON-LD producer to define local context
> info with reasonable defaults values to be overriden by a dynamically
> generated remote JSON-LD document.

Because that's the way it usually works, just think of CSS for example.

Normally you would define a general remote context with reasonable defaults that you dynamically overwrite locally and not the other way round. E.g. setting the documents language.

Markus Lanthaler

Received on Thursday, 6 October 2011 14:24:18 UTC