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Re: Why bound prefixes are an anti-pattern in language design

From: Martin McEvoy <martin@weborganics.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2009 00:20:13 +0100
Message-ID: <4A81FCAD.40506@weborganics.co.uk>
To: Ian Hickson <ian@hixie.ch>
CC: RDFa Developers <public-rdf-in-xhtml-tf@w3.org>


Ian Hickson wrote:
> You might not care about these authors, but I do.
>   

that's unkind and also not true.
>
>   
>>>> The big long strings ie: org.example.animal.cat and 
>>>> org.example.name, ok they are not "particularly" long strings but I 
>>>> can see authors writing things like com.example.tag.cat# there is no 
>>>> real difference in what I stated above, its a good idea I think to 
>>>> drop reverse DNS from the HTML5 spec, there is really no need for it 
>>>> to be there, if you do I expect people will warm to microdata a lot 
>>>> more.
>>>>         
>>> I don't understand what you mean.
>>>       
>> ?  please explain
>>     
>
> I do not understand your reasoning in the quoted paragraph above. 
> Everything from "The big long" to "what I stated above" makes no sense to 
> me.
>
>   
you do not think  org.example.animal.cat is a long string fair enough, I 
personally dislike it its unintuitive and frankly ugly, and truthfully 
it surprises me that you take them so seriously

anyway I give up on you Ian, it doesn't matter what I say you fail to 
see my points or even accept them as valid issues, I have wasted too 
much time on this you can say tomato if you like and Ill carry on 
saying...tomato.

Best wishes

-- 
Martin McEvoy
http://weborganics.co.uk/
Received on Tuesday, 11 August 2009 23:20:54 GMT

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