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    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    not sure if it's too late
    Tibor Katelbach
    @oceatoon
    here's your request come true
    I converted my php Form builder into a JS version
    it remains jsut as simple , and we can plug all our dreams into it
    elf Pavlik
    @elf-pavlik
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    I will! I'll let you know. Thanks!
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    @elf-pavlik still doesn't work. There is at least an error with Listing not recognized as a type. I'm still investigating to check if there is something else
    fyi, the parser works, but the result cannot be jsonld expanded
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    There's also a thing, there is no Content-Type in the server response, that might be an issue in certain cases
    also, why do you use id instead of @id?
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    Ok, I finally nailed down the real issue
    In ldp, resources and container are directly accessible through their url
    In order to be ldp compatible, your graph should have an extra node with the url as an @id, ldp:container as a type, and a ldp contain relation with all other objects in the graph
    I think that would make it work with any ldp store
    elf Pavlik
    @elf-pavlik
    @sylvainlb we map "id": "@id" in JSON-LD @context, now also available at https://w3id.org/plp/v1
    we also don't use LDP vocab yet and I don't know which graph you would like to represent as ldp:Container
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    Ok I missed the id mapping. Out of curiosity, why didn't you put the @id directly in the graph?
    I thought you were trying to be LDP compatible. Actually you could consider the whole thing as a LDPR, the important point is that the root node of your graph has as id the url of the graph, so that it is considered the LDPR, any node not linked to one with the url as id is to be ignored by a LDP client
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    The other possibility is to consider the directory as a LDP Container, and have a graph node for it. It would be related to all people nodes with a ldp:contains relation, but all people nodes should have as ids the url where you can retrieve their graph, as they would then be LDPR
    That may not be what you want
    elf Pavlik
    @elf-pavlik
    @sylvainlb I don't remember anything about Named Graphs in LDP spec... If we treat it as LDPR than we don't consider it a graph (as in named graphs). All profiles have as @id URL but it may end up having 303 redirect to satisfy httpRange-14 resolution. I agree that we can use ldp:Container for basic directory, at the same time we need Organization profiles which will have members also available as paged container https://twitter.com/elfpavlik/status/574193664974520320
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    I don't think I get your point about named graphs.
    You're right about the container
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    @elf-pavlik after some reading to try to get your point, I'm still confused. I understand from the spec that LDP-RS are named graphs. I must be misleaded somewhere
    elf Pavlik
    @elf-pavlik
    i don't think that LDP goes into quads, do you have pointer to relevant section in the spec?
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    @elf-pavlik I'm sorry I'm probably still too newbie to RDF, but I'm getting confused. I don't think there's a mention of quads in LDP. What I meant was that LDPR are graphs whose id is the url through which they are accessible. I was probably wrong naming that named graph. But when a LDP client accesses a resource, it expects the graph to contain a node whose id is the url. That's at least how I understand http://www.w3.org/TR/ldp/#ldprs-gen-rdf
    I'm not sure if we're talking of the same thing, sorry for the confusion
    elf Pavlik
    @elf-pavlik
    @sylvainlb no worries :)
    possibly you may also blurry line between a Resource and representation of that resource, which in turn may include more resources especially if they relate to requested resource via inverse property
    so a Resource represents a single node in a graph not a graph or subgraph
    elf Pavlik
    @elf-pavlik
    if it has @id than we have named node
    those without any @id people call blank node
    but still URI refers to a node not a graph, even if representation returned by requesting it includes more nodes with different URIs
    one can also have URI which denotes a graph but in such case we go into quads and named graphs
    elf Pavlik
    @elf-pavlik
    @sylvainlb would you like to join this meeting in Paris as Invited Observer? https://www.w3.org/wiki/Socialwg/2015-05-04
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    @elf-pavlik are you suggesting http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf11-datasets/ is a blank node LDPR and should be accepted by clients as such? I didn't consider that
    I would be very interested in joining your meeting, I'm not sure about my planning though
    How does one register?
    Amaury Van Espen
    @AmauryVanEspen
    Sorry about joining #techtlak, i would like to introduce this information about "scheme" and metadata current lobbying : http://eurocris.org/cerif/main-features-cerif (for researcher network, but it could be one of the social metrics with PLOS which could be a very interesting standard about people and organization influence et "making indicator". Let me know what that you think about and application
    Benoît Alessandroni
    @balessan
    @jmatsushita @sylvainlb by any chance to work, have any of you been working on that form generation based on JSON-LD structure you talked about some months ago right there ?
    I'd like to have a try on adapting the JSON-editor by Jdorn
    if any of you have suggestions, let me know ;-)
    Sylvain Le Bon
    @sylvainlb
    @balessan A little late , but I've been trying to integrate alpacajs, which was a real hell
    so I ended up generating very simple forms with handlebars
    Amaury Van Espen
    @AmauryVanEspen
    Bonjour le Tech =). Je souhaiterai savoir, si à l'opportunité, je peux assister à vos séances de Scrum matinale. (nétant pas tech, l'objet n'est pas de vous déranger ou de participer au google hangout, plutot de pouvoir observer votre agilité organisationnelle). Merci =)