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Re: HTML+RDFa 1.1 Last Call Draft is Ready

From: Stefan Schumacher <stefan@duckflight.de>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2013 00:09:40 +0530
Message-ID: <5108176C.705@duckflight.de>
To: public-rdfa-wg@w3.org
3.5 Property Copying

Now:
There are times when an author will find that they have many resources ...

Suggestion 1:
There are times when authors will find that they have many resources ...
Note 1:
Author is singular, they is plural, I vote for plural all over.

Or suggestion 2:
Out in the 'wild/net' 'there are/you will find' pages with many 
resources, that share a common set of properties.
Note 2:
Here I get rid of my problem makers, the authors again.


Now:
For example, a list of music events may have different performance 
times, but uses the same location, band, and ticket prices.

Suggestion:
For example, *several* music events may have different performance 
times, but *use* the same location, band, and ticket prices.

Note:
Now, there is list as singular, music events as plural, the following 
parts of the sentence use *have* (plural) and *uses* (singular), so one 
refers to list, one to music events, that sounds a little strange, 
because the actual subject is 'list of music events'. Now all plural and 
not probs.


3.5.1 First Note
Now:
It is advised that a processor carefully track triples
Suggestion 1:
It is advised that a processor carefully *tracks* triples
Suggestion 2:
A processor should carefully track triples


4. Extension to the HTML5 syntax
Now:
All other attributes that RDFa may process, like @href and @src, are 
only allowed on the elements defined in the HTML5 specification.
Suggestion:
All other attributes that RDFa may process, like @href and @src, are 
only allowed for elements, if the HTML5 specification has defined these 
attributes for those elements.
Note: Maybe there is a better way to express it. What should be clearly 
stated, that only if HTML5 defines (the other RDFa) attributes for 
elements, it is fine to use them. Now it sounds like, the attributes are 
allowed for elements defined in HTML5, what means all elements.

Repeated:
The same like above in the next list item.


Ok, that's it to the end of 4. It's midnight here, so more tomorrow.

Stefan
Received on Tuesday, 29 January 2013 18:40:18 UTC

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