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Minor editorial : Use Case titles not consistent

From: Danny Ayers <danny.ayers@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 20:12:52 +0100
Message-ID: <1f2ed5cd0702131112h118b291ap5fe9a285fa2dd602@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-grddl-wg <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>

I'll give a couple of rough examples to show what I mean, but the
authors of the individual cases are in a better position to tweak:

# Use case #1 - Scheduling : Jane is trying to coordinate a meeting.
Ok.

# Use case #2 - Health Care: Querying XML-based clinical data using a
standard ontology
=>
# Use case #2 - Health Care: Kayode wants to query clinical data
???

# Use case #3 - Aggregating data: Stephan wants a synthetic review
before buying a guitar.
=>
# Use case #3 - Web Aggregation: Stephan wants a synthetic review
before buying a guitar.
???

# Use case #4 - Querying sites and digital libraries: DC4Plus Corp.
wants to automate the publication of its electronic documents.
Ok.

# Use case #5 - Wikis and e-learning: The Technical University of
Marcilly decided to use wikis to foster knowledge exchanges between
lecturers and students.
Ok.

# Use case #6 - Voltaire wants to facilitate the extraction of
transport semantics from an online form used to edit blog entries.
???

# Use case #7 - XML Schema specifying a transformation: the OAI would
like to be able to specify document licenses in their XML schema.
???

# Use case #8 - Pulling data from the Web: Steffen wants to build a
directory of the people he works with.
Ok.

# Use case #9 - Using HTTP Headers to transform: Oceanic Consortium
wants to convert their XML files to RDF without altering their XML
Schema
???


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