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> is nothing that ever said in the specs that RDF statements should be
> separate document.
> case, different data textual serialization. If I interact with an RDF
> server through an HTTP GET I may also get a representation on some
> internal representation
Yeah, exactly. This scenario shows why it is so important to make the
distinction that "the data is not the resource", and "RDF statement is
about the resource, not the data".
Of course, sometimes you can treat the data as a resource by assigning
URIs to locations within a document or whatever, but this is not the
norm, and this scenario makes it all the more important to be clear
about the distinction between data and resource, IMO.