Re: Access plan for next 3 months


We've asked for a W3C mercurial repository to be set up for the various 
draft documents. Hopefully, this will happen soon.


Graham Klyne wrote:
> Sandro,
> I have an action to move a document to the W3C site:
> The document is currently at
> I'm very keen that the document should be managed via some SCM facility, which I
> believe W3C do use for document production.  If there's any choice, I'd prefer
> it be Mercurial or Git rather than SVN.
> Can you please advise (or provide link to advice) how I might proceed?
> Thanks.
> #g
> --
> Simon Miles wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> This is just to clarify the overall plan for the provenance access
>> work over the next 3 months, especially for those who were absent from
>> the F2F.
>> * We are aiming for a single draft proposal regarding some aspects of
>> access ready for month 6 (3 months from now), to accompany the
>> required model deliverables [1].
>> * We will iterate over and raise issues with a single document with
>> one consistent view (as opposed to a list of competing proposals).
>> This will evolve into the draft proposal.
>> * As Graham has already produced such a starting document, we decided
>> to begin from that and asked him to move it to the Wiki [2].
>> * Once transferred to the Wiki, we will raise issues with the
>> proposal, e.g. where important cases are not adequately covered, using
>> the issue tracker. Issues regarding inadequacy should, ideally,
>> explain where it does not cover what is required by reference to the
>> scenario we defined in the F2F1 [3]. Tim has kindly elaborated this
>> with data relating to the journalism example.
>> * In particular, it would be good for those who made proposals in the
>> F2F1 document, to raise issues which illustrate the salient
>> differences of their proposal with the current draft [4].
>> If you have any comments on this plan, please raise them by email.
>> [1]
>> [2]
>> [3]
>> [4]
>> Thanks,
>> Simon

Dr. Paul Groth (
Assistant Professor
Knowledge Representation & Reasoning Group
Artificial Intelligence Section
Department of Computer Science
VU University Amsterdam

Received on Tuesday, 12 July 2011 17:02:03 UTC