Atomic Data is an open specification, and that means that you're very welcome to share your thoughts and help make this standard as good as possible.
Things you can do:
- Start playing with / contributing to the
atomic-server / atomic-cliimplementation written in Rust.
- Join the Discord server for voice / text chat
- Clone the Book Repo and read some of the inline comments, which might help start some discussions
- Drop an issue on Github to share your suggestions or criticism
- Join our W3C Community Group
- Thom van Kalkeren (who came up with many great ideas on how to work with RDF, such as HexTuples and linked-delta)
- Tim Berners-Lee (for everything he did for linked data and the web)
- Ruben Verborgh (for doing great work with RDF, such as the TPF spec)
- All the other people who worked on the RDF specification
- Pat McBennett (lots of valuable feedback on initial Atomic Data docs)