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Re: Device description structures and families

From: Andrea Trasatti <andrea@trasatti.it>
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2007 12:27:28 +0100
Message-Id: <6C2C2CC1-443B-45D3-89D5-3F51AD1B68AC@trasatti.it>
Cc: José Manuel Cantera Fonseca <jmcf@tid.es>
To: public-ddwg@w3.org
Updated with usecase number 2.

What did you think about the text of usecase 3? I don't get it.

- Andrea


Il giorno 20/mar/07, alle ore 16:59, José Manuel Cantera Fonseca ha  
scritto:

> Hi all,
>
> I have started with some use cases regarding device description  
> structures [1]. Two of them are envisaged but not yet written :).
>
> You are welcome to contribute with more use cases, like those that  
> Kevin and Andrea has mentioned these days in the list.
>
> Feedback from the public and group members is also needed
>
> Thanks and best regards
>
> [1] http://www.w3.org/2005/MWI/DDWG/wiki/ 
> DeviceDescriptionStructuresUseCases
>
> Rotan Hanrahan escribió:
>>> This would assume a common syntax for representing the family rules.
>>>
>> And this is precisely where I think the work that José is leading  
>> will help us.
>>
>> ---Rotan
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Smith, Kevin, VF-Group [mailto:Kevin.Smith@vodafone.com]
>> Sent: 20 March 2007 15:48
>> To: Rotan Hanrahan; public-ddwg@w3.org
>> Subject: RE: Device description structures and families
>>
>> Hi Rotan,
>>
>> Thanks for the clarification...
>>
>> Another use case is content filtering, e.g. indicating that 'this  
>> family gets a movie, while this family gets an image'. Resolution  
>> of the expression would involve confirming the requesting device  
>> is of a given family. Then the appropriate link or object would be  
>> presented.
>>
>> As both yourself and José say, there could be benefit in sharing  
>> some of these family classifications: for example, a games  
>> publisher could create a set of rules as to which devices can  
>> support their latest games for the best user experience (mature  
>> J2ME, good CPU, decent resolution etc.) and this could be  
>> represented as a family (possibly namespace bound, eg  
>> gamescorp.bestSupport). They could also provide minimum criteria  
>> for legacy games (gamescorp.justSupport). Maybe the provisioning  
>> of these family rules can be in a DDR extension, or it could be  
>> possible in the query to the DDR to ask for the family rules to be  
>> fetched from an external source (such as gamescorp themselves).  
>> This would assume a common syntax for representing the family rules.
>>
>> Cheers
>> Kevin
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