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Use case v1.31 and a request for the agenda of the next telecon (was Brian's Re: Use Case v1.30)

From: Fabien Gandon <Fabien.Gandon@sophia.inria.fr>
Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2006 17:41:20 +0200
Message-ID: <45043220.8000505@sophia.inria.fr>
To: Brian Suda <brian.suda@gmail.com>, public-grddl-wg <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>


Thank you Brian for your review; it is now included in the Use Case Doc 
v1.31:
http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/grddl-wg/doc43/scenario-gallery.htm

In my opinion, the agenda of the next meeting should include a 
discussion on the
XML Schema Use Case and in particular the technical solution for this 
use case:
http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/grddl-wg/doc43/scenario-gallery.htm#use_case_7

Cheers,

Fab.

Brian Suda a écrit :
> I have read through the Use-Cases, these are few errors, corrections,
> and suggestions.
>
> Introduction
> ...XHTML documents can be decorated with microformat or RDFa 
> statements ...
>
> we don't mention Embedded RDF.
> ...XHTML documents can be decorated with microformat, [Embedded RDF]
> or RDFa statements ...
>
> Use Case #1
> * David publishes his in Embedded RDF using some RDF calendar properties.
>
> The link to the reference sections is on the word "RDF" and goes to
> the RDF entry, not sure if we should create another reference just for
> Embedded RDF and then link to that on the words "Embedded RDF"
>
> * Jane uses an online calendaring service that publishes an RSS 1.0
> feed of her schedule.
>
> Should we added link for RSS 1.0? not sure exactly how many flavours
> of RSS there are these days, but a definitive resource might help show
> which we are talking about - but that might not be an issue for this
> example.
>
> Use Case #2
>
> Kayode finds RDF especially helpful while trying to determine an
> initial search criteria for a patient population relevant to his or
> her particular study.
>
> Not sure what the "his or her" is referring to? If Kayode is doing the
> search, then it is just [his particular study]. If it has something to
> do with the patient population, then i think this needs clarification.
>
> Use Case #4
>
> Then a GRDDL Processor extracts these metadata in RDF.
>
> I'm not an english professor so I'm not going to argue whether data is
> plural of datum, but the previous sentence reads weird.
>
> Then a GRDDL Processor extracts [this] metadata in RDF.
> - or -
> Then a GRDDL Processor extracts [the] metadata [as] RDF.
>
> This is just being more explicit...
> FROM: RDF index is built from resources distribute over the 
> organization and ...
> TO:   RDF index is built from resources distribute over the
> [organization's website] and ...
>
> This is a small change, for some reason the way the current sentence
> reads it doesn't sound right - it is pretty long and can probably be
> broken into 2-3 sentences on their own.
> FROM: she appreciates that in such an architecture the simple fact
> that the XHTML documents put online follow official templates allows
> GRDDL Processors
> TO: she appreciates that in such an architecture the simple fact that
> the XHTML documents put online [following] official templates [allow]
> GRDDL Processors
>
> Use Case #5
>
> FROM: 1. easy to add, edit, enrich and this should be
> TO:   1. easy to add, edit, and enrich. All of this this should be
>
> This goes back to my other mention of metadata as plural? (feel free
> not to make this change if it is already correct)
> FROM: include queries on these metadata in the wikipages
> TO:   include queries on [the] metadata in the wikipages
>
> FROM:  to insert comments on part they found difficult to understand,
> to recall pieces
> TO:    to insert comments on [parts] they found difficult to
> understand, [and] to recall piece
> - or -
> TO:    to insert [a comment] on part they found difficult to
> understand, [and] to recall piece
>
> * Also, besides the abstract, use case #5 is the first mention of
> XSLT, do we want to have a link in the resources for that? and/or
> mention XSLT in the first 4 use cases?
>
> Use Case #6
> FROM: as the primary remote messaging mechanism allows Voltaire
> TO:   as the primary remote messaging mechanism [which | that] allows 
> Voltaire
>
> FROM: Voltaire do not need to manage the subscriptions
> TO:   Voltaire [does] not need to manage the subscriptions
>
> Use Case #7
> not sure if we are using British or American English? favourite or 
> favorite?
> interpret everyone's favourite XML schema
>
> -brian

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