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Re: HTML+RDFa 1.1 Last Call Draft is Ready

From: Stefan Schumacher <stefan@duckflight.de>
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2013 23:01:45 +0530
Message-ID: <51080781.10609@duckflight.de>
To: RDFa WG <public-rdfa-wg@w3.org>
3.4
Now:
The currently active attributes declared using @xmlns and @xmlns: stored 
in the RDFa Processor's current evaluation context in the IRI mappings 
must be preserved in the generated XMLLiteral.
Suggestion 1:
The currently active attributes declared using @xmlns and @xmlns:
*, that are*
stored in the RDFa Processor's current evaluation context in the IRI 
mappings, must be preserved in the generated XMLLiteral.
Suggestion 2:
Via @xmlns and @xmlns: declared currently active attributes stored in 
the RDFa Processor's current evaluation context in the IRI mappings must 
be preserved in the generated XMLLiteral.
Note:


Now:
The PREFIX value for @xmlns:PREFIX must be transformed to *all* 
lower-case characters
Suggestion:
The PREFIX value for @xmlns:PREFIX must be *entirely* transformed *into* 
lower-case characters
Note:
Without 'all' and 'entirely', should do the work also.

Now:
The transformation requirement does not apply to input data that are 
text-only, ... that that ...
Suggestion:
The transformation requirement does not apply to plain text input data, 
... that ...
Note:
Plain text sounds more like the use in other specs. At the end of this
sentence, there is a 'that that', one too much, I think.
My main problem was the 'are'. Is input data plural or singular? Still 
not native english speaker. Well, my web search told me, it is used with 
singular or plural verb, so the sentence is actually fine.

Now:
must have their *namespaces* declarations preserved:
Suggestion:
must have their *namespace* declarations preserved:

Ok, that's it for 3.4. More after dinner.
Stefan
Received on Tuesday, 29 January 2013 17:32:24 UTC

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