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Please review RDF Last Call documents

From: Jeremy Carroll <jjc@hpl.hp.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 07:44:44 +0100
To: w3c-i18n-ig@w3.org
Cc: www-rdf-comments@w3.org
Message-Id: <200301280744.44315.jjc@hpl.hp.com>

This is a formal request from RDF Core to I18N WG to review
the six RDF Last Call Working Drafts listed at:

Particular topics suggested for review are:

LANG - xml:lang and language identification
NFC - character normalization
IRI - IRIs (not called that)
DT  - datatypes
XML - embedding XML in RDF

These topics are found in our documents as follows:

RDF Primer

#typedliterals DT
  sorry, I do not know this document well enough to
  point to the other topics: they may not be covered 

RDF Concepts

#section-Datatypes  DT, XML
#section-Literals   LANG
#section-XMLLiteral XML, LANG, NFC
#section-Graph-URIref IRI, NFC
#section-Graph-Literal LANG, NFC, DT, XML

RDF Syntax

#section-Syntax-languages LANG
#section-Syntax-XML-literals XML
#section-Syntax-datatyped-literals DT
#section-element-node LANG
#section-literal-node LANG
#section-typed-literal-node DT
#parseTypeLiteralPropertyElt XML
#literal XML
#literalPropertyElt DT
search for /CHARMOD/   NFC

RDF Semantics
#interp   LANG, DT
#rdfinterp LANG, XML
#dtype_interp DT, XML, LANG 
   (note: that in "sss"@ttt^^ddd, ttt is language tag)

RDF Vocabulary
#ch_datatype DT

RDF Test Cases
#ntriples  is probably worth reading.

To explore the tests, I suggest the use of the following 
search strings for the various topics:

  LANG /xmllang/  (finds 9 tests)
  NFC /charmod-literals/  (3 tests)
  IRI /charmod-uris/  (5 tests)
  DT /datatypes/   (finds 17 tests)
  XML /xml-literal/ (2 tests)

Note: we already have reports of systems that pass these tests.
This may be relevant to CHARMOD implementation report.

A further topic of interest which is not found in 
these documents is early uniform normalization.
The text found in the previous versions of the RDF 
Concepts has been deleted.

A pointer to the OLD TEXT is:

thanks for your help

Jeremy Carroll
Received on Tuesday, 28 January 2003 01:43:51 UTC

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