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Re: Allowed characters - added HTML global rules embedded case

From: Leroy Finn <finnle@tcd.ie>
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2012 12:12:35 +0000
Message-ID: <CAMYWBwsM53+5+vSf4dDFb5WtYatj8Za-ZKqM15RKGYg6+Sz=UA@mail.gmail.com>
To: Pablo Nieto Caride <pablo.nieto@linguaserve.com>
Cc: Yves Savourel <ysavourel@enlaso.com>, Multilingual Web LT-TESTS Public <public-multilingualweb-lt-tests@w3.org>
Hey Pablo,

I agree with you Pablo.I can get together with David Lewis and we can try
come up with some more example on this to help improve this categories
tests. Thanks for the feedback on this category.

Leroy


On 20 December 2012 09:59, Pablo Nieto Caride
<pablo.nieto@linguaserve.com>wrote:

> > I think you are thinking of stand-off markup. That is for Provenance and
> LQI. BTW: stand-off could be internal (same file as the content) or
> external (reference pointing to another file where the stand-off data is).
> I think we tests only for internal. And, to make things more fun: when it's
> external the format > could be either HTML or XML (regardless of the format
> of the file where the content is)...
>
> Hi Yves, all,
>
> I have series of doubts regarding the provenance implementation and the
> stand-off markup:
>
> 1) The GLOBAL definition says:
> A provenanceRecordsRefPointer attribute that contains a relative selector
> pointing to a node containing a list of provenance records.
> The global rule does not apply to HTML as local markup is provided for
> direct annotation in HTML.
>
> What does this last sentence exactly mean? That in HTML embedded rules for
> this data category are not permitted? I think I don't understand it,
> whereas in the LQI definition says "The attribute
> locQualityIssuesRefPointer does not apply to HTML as local markup is
> provided for direct annotation in HTML" in provenance says "the global
> rule...", I think it would be clearer or at least less confusing if it was
> "The attribute provenanceRecordsRefPointer does not apply to HTML as local
> markup is provided for direct annotation in HTML" but I'm not exactly sure
> if it's the same case.
>
> 2) As for the stand-off and what Yves states I'll try to make up examples
> for Provenance with either HTML or XML containing the records of the
> stand-off but I'm thinking of it and I don't see it easy.
>
> Cheers,
> Pablo.
>
>
>
>
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