namedgraph commented on pull request #759:

   I understand the utility of `RDFParser` and `RDFDataMgr`.
   We don't want to force JAX-RS on Jena core, but we want Jena to be flexible 
enough to override all HTTP access.
   BTW JAX-RS is not remote only (if you mean client API) - it is a 
server/client framework and supports a uniform HTTP request/response API on 
both the server _and_ the client. Jena could benefit from that as its HTTP APIs 
are very "ad hoc".
   But more on the `FileManager` point: as long as it is used in 
`OntDocumentManager`, it should be a valid extension point. And as such it 
should not be deprecated nor can it really be internal. 3rd parties might need 
to supply their own implementations - as we do in order to override the HTTP 
access. Does it make sense?

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