Re: Turtle and JSON-LD Matter

Was there not a principle, stated or unstated, in RDF or linked data
specification, that there would be different representations of triples,
*and* that they would *be* equal?


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On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 7:19 AM, Kingsley Idehen <>

> All,
> Is there any reason why Turtle and JSON-LD cannot be on equal footing in
> regards to the WebID spec?
> There's no reason why WebID-Profile documents MUST be comprised of RDF
> content in Turtle Notation.
> Its crystal clear that we have two critical developer communities that
> coalesce around Turtle and JSON-LD  i.e., Semantic Web and Web Developers,
> respectively. Thus, its in the best interest of adoption for the WebID spec
> to treat Turtle and JSON-LD as different RDF notations for creating RDF
> document content e.g., WebID-Profile documents.
> WebID-TLS implementers should be encouraged to support WebID-Profile
> documents comprised of Turtle or JSON-LD content. This is really important,
> at this point in time.
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