Prepared by: Graham Klyne
List of issues and current status for the document Resource Description Framework (RDF): Concepts and Abstract Data Model working draft.
The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a data format for representing metadata about Web resources, and other information.This document defines the abstract graph syntax on which RDF is based, and which serves to link its XML serialization to its formal semantics. It also describes some other technical aspects of RDF that do not fall under the topics of formal semantics, XML serialization syntax or RDF schema and vocabulary definitions (which are each covered by a separate document in this series). These include: discussion of design goals, meaning of RDF documents, key concepts, character normalization and handling of URI references.
First official working draft of document.
Second official working draft of document.
Working group last call candidate.
Working group last call document.
|101-MonotonicLogic||PatH||Mention that RDF is monotonic logic||?||Raised||2002-12-15|
|102-SocialMeaning||PatH||Relationship between social meaning and technical mechanisms||?||Raised||2002-12-16|
|103-Various||PFPS||Various concerns, especially with social meaning||?||Raised||2002-12-26|
|104-ReferenceBroken||PFPS||Reference [RFC 3066] has broken link||?||Raised||2002-01-03|
|107-LiteralAsString||GK||Is a plain literal an xsd:string value||GK||Raised||2003-01-15|
|108-CareWithURIDenotations||dehora||Merging graphs from disprate sources||GK||Raised||2003-01-23|
|109-ExpressivePower||PFPS||What is the expressive power of RDF?||GK||Raised||2003-01-30|
|110-SayAnything||PFPS||Can RDF say anything about anything?||GK||Raised||2003-01-30|
|111-Various||OssiN||RDF core, database example, soc-entailment||GK||Raised||2003-01-31|
|112-Namespace||PFPS||What does RDF consider a namespace to be?||GK||Raised||2003-01-30|
|113-SocialMeaning||PFPS||Social Meaning and RDF||GK||Raised||2003-02-05|