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@@'s in editor's draft

From: Jeremy Carroll <jjc@hpl.hp.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2007 14:29:15 +0100
Message-ID: <462CB4AB.5000607@hpl.hp.com>
To: GRDDL Working Group <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>

Here are some suggestions concerning the @@'s in editor's draft.
$Date: 2007/04/18 14:54:08 $
$Revision: 1.250 $

@@do we need to work in a reference to Base URIs in the Infoset spec

Simply add a normative ref to XML Base.
to the base IRI[RFC3987]
to the base IRI[RFC3987, XMLBase]

@@TODO: integrate issue-mt-ns tweak: Clark 17 Apr

no comment - I will reply to the relevant message

@@as one of its values. #stok space separated

a) add [HTML4] reference here
b) link the word attribute to the definition of rel
c) has as one of its space separated values

i.e. OLD HTML markup
for each <tt>a</tt> and <tt>link</tt> descendant element <var>E</var>
whose <tt>rel</tt> attribute has

<em class="ed">@@as one of its values. #stok space separated.</em>
  value <tt>transformation</tt>,

suggested replacement
for each <tt>a</tt> and <tt>link</tt> descendant element <var>E</var>
whose <tt>rel</tt>
<a href=
attribute</a><a class="norm" href="#HTML4">[HTML4]</a> has
as one of its space separated
values <tt>transformation</tt>,

@@wordsmith may be guided by the agent's capabilities, local security 
policies, local content negotiation policies [RFC 2616] and possibly 
user/client intervention jjc 28 Mar

no further comment

@@cite GRDDL test cases?

Yes, as a normative ref. With the following text linking to it.

Preface and Companion Documents

<h4 id="intro_testcases">GRDDL Test Cases</h4>

<p>The GRDDL Test Cases<a class="norm" href="#testcases">[testcases]</a>
provides a collection of tests illustrating this specification.
Some of the tests may help clarify the intended
reading of the normative text.</p>


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