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Comments on Use Cases draft (final part)

From: Danny Ayers <danny.ayers@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 12:35:22 +0100
Message-ID: <1f2ed5cd0702140335p5276a1dax3c252fb8d55bfbd@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-grddl-wg <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>

Generally ok. I'm comfortable with this draft going forward as-is,
though I have a handful of suggestions (below).

The only significant alteration I think might make sense is with the
Glossary: cut or expand and/or move. It seems rather half-hearted (it
should at least link to better definitions), and I'm not sure the Use
Case doc is the right place for it.

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*** Use case #6 - XForms-based Webapps: Voltaire wants to facilitate
the extraction of transport semantics from an online form used to edit
blog entries.

Ok.

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

- a little more detail (and perhaps a diagram) wouldn't hurt.

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

Penultimate sentence:
[[
It is also easier for the consumer of the RDF to trust GRDDL
transformations when they have been explicitly licensed by the author
of the documents.
]]
maybe
[[
Although tidying of source documents can be part of a pragmatic
approach to gathering data, the consumer of the RDF can only trust
GRDDL transformations when they have been explicitly licensed by the
author of the documents.
]]

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

- again, a little more fleshing out (and perhaps a diagram) wouldn't hurt.

Note there's a stray "Use case #8" title after the glossary.




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