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ACTION-11 Proposed Short Names

From: Shane McCarron <shane@aptest.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 2010 14:12:09 -0600
Message-ID: <4B882B19.6030104@aptest.com>
To: RDFa WG <public-rdfa-wg@w3.org>
I had an action to propose some short names for our specs.  Before I do 
that, a reminder that at the W3C specs are generally organized like this 
(at least when I have been the editor):

short-name /
   Overview.html   - the main spec page (could be the whole spec)
   short-name-diff.html   - diffs from previous version if any
   short-name-rec.html    - diffs from a previous recommendation if any
   short-name.ps|pdf      - postscript / PDF versions of the spec if any
   short-name.css         - any local styles
   images /               - any embedded images (SVG, PNG, etc.)
   DTD | SCHEMA | RELAX / - any schema implementations
   js /                   - any script implementations
   short-name.zip|tgz     - archive of everything that is downloadable

As to short names, my suggestions are:

RDFa Core 1.1 - rdfa-core
XHTML+RDFa 1.1 - xhtml-rdfa
RDFa API - rdfa-api
RDFa Primer - rdfa-primer (replaces xhtml-rdfa-primer)
RDF TripleStore APIs - rdf-triple-api
RDFa Usage Cookbook - rdfa-cookbook

Finally, in terms of structure on W3C's server in the RDFa area, I propose:

2010/02/rdfa/
   drafts/          - place where drafts for public consumption are dropped
      Overview.html - file that lists the documents in progress and has links to the latest
      2010/         - folder for each year
        ED-short-name-date/  - folder for each published ED
   sources/
      short-name/   - folder for each document in development



This completes ACTION-11.

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