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Re: Duplicate and shared list nodes in RDF to JSON-LD serialization

From: Alexandr Krylovskiy <alexandr.krylovskiy@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2014 11:23:50 +0100
Cc: public-linked-json@w3.org
Message-Id: <4446CDB9-C9BF-47A8-9479-3C008CE4F5B4@gmail.com>
To: Martín Martínez Rivera <martinmr@mit.edu>
Hi Martin,

it’s great to hear that someone (finally!) is working on a json-ld processor in Go.
I like both and have even started working on my own implementation some time ago, but had to put it aside and have never got back to it.

I’ve found your project on github: 

Keep up the good work you are doing. 
I might be working with json-ld in the near future again and be one of the users of your package, or even a contributor.

Best regards,

> On 13 Nov 2014, at 23:49, Martín Martínez Rivera <martinmr@mit.edu> wrote:
> Good evening.
> I am currently implementing the JSON-LD API for the Go programming language. I am working on RDF to JSON-LD serialization and my code passes all the tests except for the last three (test cases fromRdf20, fromRdf21, and fromRdf22). These three test cases are concerned with list nodes that are duplicate or shared among multiple graphs. I went through the current version of the API implementation but I cannot find any step where it's specified what to do in these situations. 
> Is the current specification of the "Serialize RDF as JSON-LD" able to pass those tests? If that's the case, any hints on which steps of the algorithm to look into would be appreciated.
> Best,
> -- 
> Martin Martinez Rivera
Received on Friday, 14 November 2014 10:24:19 UTC

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