EARL results for RDFLib against data-r2/graph/manifest.ttl

Attached is a test report documenting an RDFLib run against the
data-r2/graph/manifest.ttl tests.  It passes all the
data-r2/graph/graph*.rq tests.  I followed the testing convention we are
using in the GRDDL WG of including DOAP RDF statements about the test
subject (RDFLib in this case) as well as FOAF RDF statements about the
tester (myself).  I've attached both Turtle and RDF/XML serializations
of the test run.  There was one test that seemed malformed (below).

## graph-02 ##

SELECT * { ?s ?p ?o }

There are two triples in the named graph
and there is *no* default graph.  Is this dataset well-formed? Section 8
(RDF Dataset) says: "an RDF Dataset *always* contains one default

So, it is not immediately clear to me what the BGP is matching against
(i.e., what is the 'active' graph), especially when 8.3 (Querying the
Dataset) says: "Outside the use of GRAPH, the default graph is matched
by basic graph patterns." - however, there is no default graph in this
dataset.  Unless the interpretation is that the default graph is an
empty graph.

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