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Issues status update.

From: Brian McBride <bwm@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 18:02:55 +0100
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To: RDF Core <w3c-rdfcore-wg@w3.org>
This is a list of the outstanding issues as I currently have them in the 
issues list.  There is one more to add, the need for a superproperty of the 
container membership properties.

Model and Syntax Issues

     * rdfms-contexts: Suggestion that the concept of context is missing 
from RDF.
     * rdfms-seq-representation: The ordinal property representation of 
containers does not support recursive processing of containers in languages 
such as Prolog.
     * rdfms-assertion: RDF is not just a data model; an RDF statement is 
an assertion.
     * mime-types-for-rdf-docs: What mime type should RDF Schema and other 
RDF documents have?
     * rdf-charmod-literals: Does the treatment of literals conform to 
charmod ?
     * rdf-charmod-uris: Does the treatment of uris conform to charmod ?

RDF Schema Issues

     * rdfs-constraining-containers: Should it be possible to constrain the 
members of a container to be of a given type?
     * rdfs-subClassOf-a-Property: Clarify whether a Property can have a 
subClassOf property, and if so, what that would mean?
     * rdfs-online-char-encoding: There is problem with the character 
encoding of the online RDF Schema.
     * rdfs-clarify-subClass-and-instance: Suggestion of clearer discussion 
of use of subClass and instance relationships simultaneously.
     * rdfs-isDefinedBy-semantics: Must the value of an rdfs:isDefinedBy 
property be a schema?
     * rdfs-editorial: General editorial comments.

RDF FAQ Issues

     * faq-html-compliance: The suggested way of including RDF meta data in 
HTML is not compliant with HTML 4.01 or XHTML

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