Am 13.07.2011 14:54, schrieb Matt Perry:
> The Open Geospatial Consortium has started a 30-day public comment
> period for the GeoSPARQL candidate standard.
> GeoSPARQL defines a core RDF/OWL vocabulary for geospatial data and
> defines a standard set of geospatial query functions for SPARQL.
> The official press release, which contains a link to the GeoSPARQL
> document, can be found here:
It is good to see that there is further progress on GeoSPARQL. We are
looking forward to supporting it in our LinkedGeoData
Some high level comments on the spec:
* It would be good to turn the link in the press release into an actual
link. Otherwise, people need to copy&paste it in their browser and may
not even spot it (http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/requests/80).
* Why does OGC publish specifications in a proprietary file format?
Wouldn't it be much better to (also) publish an HTML version -
preferably with a nice URL (instead of
* Wouldn't an issue tracker or a web form be better than having to
download a text file, editing it and sending it back by mail for comments?
* If OGC is too rigid to fix the above issues, it would be good to have
an alternative HTML version somewhere else as more handy reference. That
could be important if a wide audience is supposed to use the standard.
* What is the relation between GeoSPARQL and http://geovocab.org?