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Microdata HTML5 and schema.org vocab

From: Vipul S. Chawathe <Engineer@VipulSChawathe.ind.in>
Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2012 02:11:27 +0530
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Dear W3, :)

Schema.org as vocab fails to address any particular domain's specific
aspects being poorly crafted mash-up of multiple vocabs. Also microdata is
rip-off from RDFa Lite that questions the developer's intellect. Encouraging
microdata parsers focused on schema.org through integration with HTML5
standard, rather than implicitly integrating RDFa discourages acceptance and
demand for growth of more semantically domain-specific appealing vocabs,
particularly paying attention to time-constraints on domain experts. Please
kill microdata urgently as it only addresses search as cross-cutting concern
to self-glorify WHATWG's editor's employer's vested monopolist interest.
Knock court doors over anti-competitive practices if W3's authority status
quo is being questioned.

Regards,

-          Vipul.
Received on Friday, 21 December 2012 21:59:55 GMT

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