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Re: DeviceDescriptionStructuresUseCases Use cases

From: Andrea Trasatti <andrea@trasatti.it>
Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 13:55:39 +0200
Message-Id: <FAEAE532-9D9B-4D30-9DE1-702FEBBEE5AD@trasatti.it>
To: public-ddwg@w3.org

If that is the case, then I think that this should be extended to the  
existing use-case 2 which is more of a "marketing" grouping of  
devices rather than for the mobile web.

Since the group is not going to actually define any families, but  
simply defining the API's by which an "extended-DDR" can manage  
device grouping, I don't see the need to say which use-cases are out  
of scope. As long as the DDR supports the basic API's and the  
"extended-DDR" supported the extra API's we will define, I don't see  
any borders to the groupings that different individuals might create.

I also apologies for an e-mail I sent out that was apparently  
encrypted with GPG. All I wanted to provide was a link to the page of  
the use cases, which I'll send now, http://www.w3.org/2005/MWI/DDWG/ 
wiki/DeviceDescriptionStructuresUseCases

- Andrea


Il giorno 28/mar/07, alle ore 13:48, Rotan Hanrahan ha scritto:

>
> While we are focussed in DDWG on the production of content for the  
> Web,
> we have considered the potential need in other domains and we aim  
> to be
> extensible to support other use cases. I would have no objection to
> information on the periphery of the scope of DDWG being included in  
> the
> DDWG wiki, so long as we make it clear (i.e. on the page itself) that
> this is a topic beyond our primary focus.
>
> Such information may be of use to the wider community, and perhaps it
> may encourage them to contribute to our core activity, which is
> primarily concerned with supporting content adaptation through the
> provision of device descriptions.
>
> ---Rotan.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: public-ddwg-request@w3.org [mailto:public-ddwg- 
> request@w3.org] On
> Behalf Of Andrea Trasatti
> Sent: 28 March 2007 12:41
> To: public-ddwg@w3.org
> Subject: DeviceDescriptionStructuresUseCases Use cases
>
>
> I was about to create a new use-case, but I think that this actually
> partially matches the already existing use-case 1.
>
> I am proposing a change in the text and creation of 2 use-cases OR
> the integration.
> The current use-case is focused on content adaptation for the mobile
> web and WAP. I was thinking of the ability to group devices according
> to other characteristics for example for game and application
> developers. Companies could be interested in grouping devices
> according to the supported JSR's or some hardware characteristics
> such as bluetooth, GPS, A-GPS, camera (did you see mobilized?) and so
> on.
>
> It is very similar to use-case one, the use of the grouping is again
> to produce a content that is suitable for a group of devices, the
> difference is that in the current test only the production of web
> pages is considered, while I'd like to extend the idea to other types
> of content such as mobile games, video, ringtones and so on.
>
> We could restrict the existing use-case to web and create one that is
> for applications and games and another one for media contents in
> general.
>
>
> Andrea Trasatti
> Blog: http://trasatti.blogspot.com/
> W3C invited expert
>
>
>
>
Received on Wednesday, 28 March 2007 11:55:47 UTC

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