Re: Entailment Doc ready for review

Great. Thanks.

On 14 September 2010 20:38, Chimezie Ogbuji <> wrote:
> Hey Birte.
> On 9/14/10 2:56 PM, "Birte Glimm" <> wrote:
>> Chime,
>> this is to discharge my ACTION-316. Could you summarise what still
>> needs to be done to the RIF part of the Ent. Reg. doc or is it ready
>> for review for the next round of WDs?
> There was feedback from Mike Dean (see:
> regarding a few minor changes that I intend to incorporate tonight.  Once
> this is done, there will be no other changes I can make without input from
> others (see below):
>> The rif:imports already has an ed. note, so I think that is fine and
>> will not fully be resolved with the RIF WG before the next WD.
> Okay, that makes sense, because we didn't get the direct response we were
> expecting one way or another.
>> Ivan also wanted to know whether the URL for the regime is stable:
>> @Ivan: The namespace doc/URI (not sure how to call it) is already
>> created and has some reasonable text:
>> Unique identifier defined for RIF Logical Entailment.
> I think the only question (long ago) was whether the namespace URL should
> indicate variants of RIF entailment, but given where we eventually settled
> on simple RIF entailment -  IMO - the current URL is fine and so I will
> remove the editorial note regarding this.
>> ³² is the URI. The specification
>> for the entailment is part of the RIF W3C Recommendation.
>> For more information about RIF, please refer to the the RIF Document
>> Overview Document.
>> Ivan Herman,, W3C, Semantic Web Activity Lead, May 3rd, 2010
>> As far as I can see, only rif:imports is still open.
> Yes.  So, once I make the changes tonight, I'll send an indication to that
> effect and this will be the only open issue.
> -- Chime
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