Re: [sdw] RIF rules for OWL-Time (#1236)

OK, probably a better example than GeoSPARQL are the W3C standards that provide Test Cases like OWL2 ( and a test suite for implementation testing like SHACL (

You, editors, could provide a few test cases for time calculations and then call for implementations that claim conformance to it to be tested. In this way, we could test out RIF's calculators. 

But: surely RIF's calculators are dependent on underlying system datetime implementations? If I produce a RIF interpreter that does a temporal calculation, I would need to use Java or Python etc. to do the work which is then reported in a RIF document?

So, what systems do you think are/could/should _do the right thing_ regarding OWL TIME's leap second etc. handing, if you think OWL TIME has something to say here? Perhaps TIME just refers to other specs?

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