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Re: Determination of subjects/objects

From: Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 17:22:30 +0200
Message-ID: <46A0D336.9090406@w3.org>
To: Ben Adida <ben@adida.net>
CC: W3C RDFa task force <public-rdf-in-xhtml-tf@w3.org>

Ben Adida wrote:
> Ivan Herman wrote:
>> - the element's corresponding RDF identity is the subject of an
>> @property when it appears (the object of which follows the usual rules)
> I don't think so.... but let's hash it out.
> What does this mean:
> <div id="me" property="foo:bar">foo</div>
> I think @id doesn't set the subject. I think @property follows normal
> @about resolution, noting that @rel, @rev, and @instanceof implicitly
> set up @about for contained content.

Well, apart from the possible danger of using @id for its side effect,
what is wrong with this? Ie, that this means a property on 'me'?

B.t.w.: my rule description of collections/containers go wrong if we do
not use this rule. This is not necessary a good argument, but,

>> - the @src of <img> and the @data of <object> are, in this algorithms,
>> aliases to @href
> More or less: we haven't resolved what happens if you have IMG with
> @href and @src.... but yeah, that's more or less the way to think about it.

Ah, yes. so we have to put @src into the cascade of priorities in your
rule description somewhere... (before or after href)


> -Ben


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