Dennis Wisnosky take these 3 statements and to update previous policy decisions for more discussion based on these. 1. Be as terse as possible - don't add content that can be inferred because it adds technical debt unnecessarily. 2. The definition of any concept should only include intrinsic properties, not extrinsic properties, so for example, if an identifier is not intrinsic to the nature of something, do not add x isIdentified by y to the set of restrictions on that thing. Because an identifier intrinsically identifies something, the inverse will be inferred. 3. If a concept commonly has some feature, but not always, and if that feature is required for common use cases, then one could add a restriction on the concept that is a min 0 value restriction to highlight that feature.