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RE: Comments on GRDDL (using 3rd-party XML schemas with GRDDL) [OK?]

From: Chimezie Ogbuji <ogbujic@ccf.org>
Date: Wed, 01 Aug 2007 09:26:43 -0400
To: "GRDDL Working Group" <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <1185974803.31211.8.camel@otherland>

I'm replying here since, the changes suggested need to be processed by
the WG.  I have a problem with the suggested text, I'll try to highlight
my concerns in tandem with others who have voiced similar concerns
(inline below and in subsequent redirected responses)

On Thu, 2007-07-26 at 22:34 -0400, Booth, David (HP Software - Boston) wrote:
> So how about adding one more sentence to what you suggested, so that the
> chnage would read:
> [[
> For example, a GRDDL-aware agent may have a
> security policy that prevents it from accessing GRDDL 
> transformations
> located in untrusted domain names, it may be unable to apply
> transformations given in a language it does not support, and it may
> feature additional non-normative capabilities such as allowing
> transformations to be found in schemas not specified at 
> the namespace document.  Users should be bear in mind that RDF results
> produced using such non-normative capabilities may not represent
> a Faithful Rendition, and therefore may not represent conformant GRDDL
> results.
> ]]

I have a problem with specific language about schemas.  It simply
doesn't make sense.  I noted this in the public-grddl-comments
mega-thread (no response there).  XHTML documents are the only specific
XML dialect GRDDL is fluent in, an XML schema is just an XML document
that may have GRDDL results with assertions that the GRDDL-aware agent
may understand.  

I don't follow how the additional provision about schemas identified via
out-of-band mechanism adds anything to what we have.  Why add
non-normative text about non-normative capabilities that have nothing to
do with a GRDDL-aware agent in a specification for GRDDL?

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Chimezie Ogbuji
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