Meetings/Telecon2015.06.18

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Nick Crossley (IBM): Pre-meeting chat about rdf:type vs. dcterms:type vs RTC non-standard extensions to define work item types ...

Brian Steele (IBM): Brian is scribe for today

List of attendees: Brian Steele (IBM), Jim Amsden (IBM), Martin Sarabura (PTC), Nick Crossley (IBM)

Nick Crossley (IBM): List of attendees: Brian Steele (IBM), Jim Amsden (IBM), Martin Sarabura (PTC), Nick Crossley (IBM)

Nick Crossley (IBM): Minutes of previous meeting: https://wiki.oasis-open.org/oslc-ccm/Meetings/Telecon2015.06.04

Brian Steele (IBM): Minutes from the previous meeting were approved

Brian Steele (IBM): Change management status update: No progress other than Jim getting up to speed

Brian Steele (IBM): Configuration Management status update: No update committed but Nick has been doing some editing and working on a straw man implementation.

Brian Steele (IBM): Discussions ongoing about creation of baselines, how long they might take, and how the client interaction might work.

Nick Crossley (IBM): Decided to add an LDPC per baseline - post to that LDPC creates a new stream copied from that baseline

Nick Crossley (IBM): And an LDPC per stream - post to that LDPC creates a new baseline of that stream

Nick Crossley (IBM): Could add properties or link headers to those LDPCs indicating likely response time, but we feel clients MUST/SHOULD (which?) be prepared to handle http response code 202, so we do not need to define such properties or link headers yet

Nick Crossley (IBM): Keep the component-related LDPC of all configurations for that component, but make it read only.

Nick Crossley (IBM): while working on the Config Mgmt spec, I want a way to validate the consistency and coherency of the shape and vocabulary documents. Think of writing some form of validator, reusable for other spec editors. Could be Java program, bunch of XSLT, or just a set of SPARQL queries. For the latter, can I assume everyone has access to a triple store and SPARQL endpoint?

Jim Amsden (IBM): 4store.org is a very easy to use triple store with a SPARQL endpoint

Brian Steele (IBM): No other business

Brian Steele (IBM): Meeting is adjourned

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