j_e_f_f_g wrote:It's shocking how something as basic/fundamental as data storage/organization is so horrendously ill-conceived and unwieldy. But then, he did make the absurd choice of turtle for a storage format, so there's no limit to how bad it can get. And it's gonna get bad when Wayland takes over. (Not because of Wayland though.)
The use of Turtle in the LV2 plugin format; what are the advantages, what are the disadvantages?
Are objections (seen threads such as the one linked above, or this one), with the use of a semantic/relational format, or with the choice of such a format (Turtle), or with the way that format has been used? Would another variety of semantic (or other) format have been better (i.e., if JSON-LD had been available then)?
Pointers to prehashed discussion points made in mailing lists also welcome.