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From Andy Seaborne <>
Subject Re: Clerezza, Stanbol, Jena, Semantic Commons, WDYT?
Date Tue, 09 Nov 2010 17:45:08 GMT

On 09/11/10 16:59, Jeremy Carroll wrote:
> I could be accused of having gone overboard ...

yes ... :-)

> Having changed job and looking at this from a different perspective I am
> less convinced by the pickiness.

At least leave the picky mode there, please.  It's been very helpful in 
working with data generated by one organisation and used by another. 
Script generated IRIs have been

Once dubious data gets into a database, it's troublesome to get it out. 
Having the data storage only cover the required spec common ground is 

TDB uses the IRI profile (not RDF URI references) as strict as possible 
except that these two warnings are switched off:

   that is "{", "}", "|", "\", "^", "`"
   It's the "|" that I found used in generated IRIs.

Whitespace is handled separately.
"<" ">" are syntax errors.

   because people invent schemes for data.

I did find the most strict mode a bit too strict :-)


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