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Focusing on Guidance

From: Jeni Tennison <jeni@jenitennison.com>
Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2011 11:09:18 +0100
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Hi,

Thanks to those of you who have written introductions. I know that there are also several people who haven't introduced themselves but have said that they will take part in discussions, so hopefully as we progress they will become apparent.

It looks as though a good starting place is going to be to try to put together guidance on when a publisher should use a particular syntax (or mix of syntaxes) to embed data in their HTML pages. I'm sure this will inform a lot of the other work. 

We should also bear in mind that the HTMLWG and RDFWAWG need to know sooner rather than later if we're going to raise bug reports, so it's probably worth focusing on areas where changes to the specs might make users' lives easier.

I'm going to try to kick us off with a couple of proposals for guidance to give to users, and we'll see whether this works as a way of structuring discussion. Please feel free to chip in with any other guidelines for users that you think should be included.

Cheers,

Jeni
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