Re: Changes to editor's draft of the SPARQL 1.1 HTTP Protocol

Thanks, I have fixed these issues and committed the changes.

On 12/20/10 4:25 PM, "Andy Seaborne" <> wrote:

> On 20/12/10 19:50, Chimezie Ogbuji wrote:
>> The following changes were committed to the editor's draft of the SPARQL 1.1
>> HTTP Protocol:
>> - Per Ian D.s comment, Serialize (verb.) was added to the terminology
>> section to clarify the use of the word between RDF graphs and documents
>> - All references to Network-manipulable Graph Store were removed (the use of
> I noticed sec 1 still has an occurrence of
> Network-manipulable Graph Store
>> ?default removes the last vestige of a distinction from a Graph Store)
>> - Other minor typos
>> - Added description of ?default mechanism to 4.2
> The examples use a named graph:
> Sec 5:
> [[
> Where an equivalent SPARQL Update operation is given, <graph_uri> is
> understood to be either the request URI or the URI indirectly specified
> via the query component as described above.
> ]]
> e.g. for PUT:
>      DROP SILENT GRAPH <graph_uri>;
>      INSERT DATA { GRAPH <graph_uri> { .. RDF payload .. } }
> Andy


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