I did find the "press release" sent to the community channel a bit odd...though.
I realize it's been quiet in the CG for awhile, but it would've been nice for some emails to come out prior to this about the direction and to encourage more input/ideas/interest prior to a "launch" announcement
regardless, it's great to see the collaboration happening
just wanted to be sure the intent was collaboration and not commerce--which is how it reads (a wee bit)
especially with the "we hope it is okay if we use the github.com/rdfjs/ repository for this?" waiting here
the group is still a group, even if it's been quiet for awhile--i.e. we should do this as a group :)
Wiley (who I represent at the W3C) is very interested this CG and this code being developed and coordinated and ideally standardized
so, +1 to doing it here (for what little my personal "vote" counts atm), but do please do it in a way that's fully collaborative, process and people oriented, with an ultimate goal of shared foundation-making
and if you need help with any of that, let me know :)
it was mostly the silence in the group coupled with a press release (rather than a "hey CG! we'd like to consolidate our various code libraries and build them here within the CG!!1! Pull Requests Welcome!")
i think code collaboration happend already in this CG, just not in the github organisation. but i think it was more the "core rdfjs" members. so this should be a strong signal that everyone is invited!
I don't have much to add to here but to say that RDFa needs serious attention.
I'm mostly a user of it.. okay to QA and whatnot but not going ot get overly involved in the lower levle library stuff. You smart folks can do a better job at that based on having good familiarity with rdfjs and the direciton it should go
So... here to test/experiment with whatever you put in front of me.