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Moving RDF* forward

From: Pierre-Antoine Champin <pierre-antoine.champin@ercim.eu>
Date: Tue, 13 Oct 2020 18:45:42 +0200
To: public-rdf-star@w3.org
Cc: Olaf Hartig <olaf.hartig@liu.se>
Message-ID: <79201d33-b171-ad1e-76fb-9b09b46029ee@ercim.eu>
Hi all,

RDF* is gaining traction, with more and more implementations; but to
avoid fragmentation, we need to build a consensus and a stable
specification for it.

To achieve this goal, Olaf and I have started drafting a Community Group
report, which is available here:


It is hosted on a github repo <https://github.com/w3c/rdf-star/> (linked
from the report), which we can use to structure the discussion: feel
free to submit issues or pull requests if you have suggestions or
requests about the content of this report.

Opening issues and discussions is good, but closing them with consensual
resolutions is better ;-) We feel that asynchronous discussion alone
will not get us there, so we propose to organize a weekly call to make
decisions more efficiently. It would be great in particular if people
having already implemented RDF* could participate, to give us feedback
on what is possible or not, what works well and what does not. We invite
anyone interested to fill in this Doodle poll:


Please note that:

* the actual dates are not relevant, only the day-of-week and timeslots
(I chose dates after Europe and US switch to DST, to see how the
timeslots align in the longer term, but we can start earlier if needed);

* the timeslots are within working(ish) hours for both Europe and US, as
it seems that most people on the mailing list are in these regions;
sincere apologies for the others -- if you really want to participate
but can not join on any of the proposed slot, let us know.

Looking forward to your feedback,

    Pierre-Antoine & Olaf

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