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Re: LOCADD SoA Survey: TOC proposal

From: Frans Knibbe | Geodan <frans.knibbe@geodan.nl>
Date: Mon, 04 Feb 2013 15:58:02 +0100
Message-ID: <510FCC7A.8020600@geodan.nl>
To: public-locadd@w3.org
Hello all,

Here are some comments on the structure of the wiki/survey:

I think the list of use cases could be a high level entity. Use cases 
are an important concept in the scope and mission of the group, so it 
makes sense to make them a high level entity. Each use case could have 
its own chapter, with a description of the use case followed by an 
assessment of support of the use case by each of the specifications that 
will be reviewed.

Next to the use cases, I would like to see a chapter on overall quality 
of the standards that will be reviewed. Use cases are a nice way to 
compare vocabularies, but there is a chance that use cases do not cover 
everything that will be demanded in the future. I think the different 
methods should also be judged by their intrinsic merits, things like 
simplicity, logic and elegance.

Perhaps a final chapter named 'recommendations' could be added? It is 
nice to have a clear outcome of the work of the group.

Regards,
Frans

On 14-1-2013 14:34, Andrea Perego wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
>
> We have posted on the LOCADD wiki a tentative TOC for the survey:
>
> http://www.w3.org/community/locadd/wiki/SoA_Survey
>
> We are keen to know your opinion on this draft. We would like to reach
> an as far as possible unanimous consensus on the final structure for
> the survey, before starting adding any content. BTW, the content now
> in the survey has been included only for explanatory purposes.
>
> Although we would like to use mainly the mailing list for our
> discussion, please feel free to insert your comments also in the wiki
> - please mark them with:
>
> @@@yourname
>
> Thanks!
>
> Andrea and Michael
>
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