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Re: Someone to review my WD chapter?

From: Jack Jansen <Jack.Jansen@cwi.nl>
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 13:52:23 +0200
Cc: Media Fragment <public-media-fragment@w3.org>
Message-Id: <02F8F115-E5AB-4C30-B1FE-B3F57D4F62FC@cwi.nl>
To: RaphaŽl Troncy <Raphael.Troncy@cwi.nl>

On 6 apr 2009, at 18:54, RaphaŽl Troncy wrote:

> Dear Jack,
>
>> I think I've finished my chapter of the WD (chapter 7, <http://www.w3.org/2008/WebVideo/Fragments/WD-media-fragments-reqs/#naming-fragment 
>> >).
>
> Great, thanks!
>
>> There's still quite a few ednotes in there, and also I'd like  
>> someone to review it for stuff that I've missed (or over- 
>> specified), etc.
>> Any takers?
>
> I will be your 'taker' and provide an informal review tonight.
> Between, it seems you have introduced new xml elements, that are not  
> expected from xmlspec since when I tried to convert again into HTML,  
> I get the warning "No template matches", see line 178 of  
> 'xmlspec.xsl'. Any idea of the elements that you have used and that  
> extend the xmlspec vocabulary?


Well, I didn't do so intentionally. And: I don't see the problem myself.

Here's the workflow I've followed, possibly I'm doing something wrong  
here:

1. Edit overview.xml
2. Run "make". This converts overview.xml to overview.hml through xslt  
magic or something.
3. Move overview.hml to overview.html
4. Preview in browser
5. Back to step 1.

I'm getting one warning message every time I run make: "No template  
matches b". This isn't something I introduced (it did this before I  
started edits) and it also seems to be a warning (the output file is  
produced fine, which isn't the case when I foul up the xmlspec with my  
edits). Ah! Reading your message again (carefully, this time:-) it  
seems that this is the error you're referring to.

Let's see who we can blame this one on.... Bingo! It's Sylvia:

1.22         (spfeiffe 25-Mar-09): A typical media resource consists  
of multiple tracks of data multiplexed together into the media  
resource. A media resource could for example consist of several audio,  
several video, and several textual annotation or metadata <b>tracks</ 
b>. Their individual extraction / addressing is desirable in  
particular from a media adaptation point of view.


--
Jack Jansen, <Jack.Jansen@cwi.nl>, http://www.cwi.nl/~jack
If I can't dance I don't want to be part of your revolution -- Emma  
Goldman
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