W3C Linked Data Platform has been updated to 3rd Last Call

Yesterday the W3C Linked Data Platform group posted the latest updates to the Linked Data Platform 1.0 specification.

Some notable changes from the last version:

  • Indirect containers are AT RISK for removal
  • Turtle is no longer required for an LDP-RS when the Accept header is absent
  • JSON-LD is required for an LDP-RS and LDPC create via POST, AT RISK
  • Changed the link relation used to articulate request constraints that a client has likely violated

(If you want some more details on how Linked Data Platform is serving as the foundation for the next version of our specifications, you might like this presentation.)