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Re: Linking to @about in RDFa Lite?

From: Sebastian Heath <sebastian.heath@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2011 16:29:31 -0400
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I hope this conversation hasn't ended. I see two things that still
need to be hashed out:

1: Section 2.3 of the RDFa Lite Documentation is incorrect in using
the language "If you want people to link to things on your page..." in
reference to the functionality of @about.

 The implication of "to link to things on your page" seems clear. "to
link" is reasonably understood as using a browser to arrive at "things
on your page." The characters 'about="#manu"' will not achieve that
goal. So I suggest one of two corrections:

  a: change the html to read '<p id="manu" vocab="http://schema.org/"
about="#manu" typeof="Person">'

  b: change the introductory sentence of the section to read to
something hopefully less technical than:

    "If you want an RDFa processor to produce a triple with
"http://example.org/people#manu" you can use @about with a value of
"#manu".'

 I prefer a. But it's incorrect as is.


2: implementing an analog to rdf:ID either in RDFa 1.1 core or in the
HTML+RDFa 1.1 specification .

 I'll file this as a bug. If anybody has thoughts about where that's
best done, I'd welcome input.

 -Sebastian


On Wed, Nov 2, 2011 at 12:04 PM, Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org> wrote:
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> On Nov 2, 2011, at 16:35 , Toby Inkster wrote:
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>> On Wed, 2 Nov 2011 10:03:32 +0100
>> Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org> wrote:
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>>> We could, of course, discuss the possibility for @id to be _accepted_
>>> by an RDFa processor as an @about
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>> eRDF (Ian Davis' pre-RDFa experiment in embedding RDF in HTML) does
>> precisely this: uses @id to set the subject for triples.
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>> It's quite possibly the single most horrible feature of eRDF.
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> :-)
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>> Just because you add id="heading_block" to a <div> element, odoesn't
>> mean you want the <h1 property="dc:title"> nested inside there to stop
>> referring to the document as a whole.
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> You are right. I hereby withdraw what I said:-)
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> Ivan
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