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Re: ISSUE-2135 (image element ambiguities): Ambiguities in the 'image' element [Last Call: SVG 1.2 Tiny ]

From: Cyril Concolato <cyril.concolato@enst.fr>
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 08:31:03 +0200
Message-ID: <48F6DFA7.8000708@enst.fr>
To: Doug Schepers <schepers@w3.org>
CC: SVG Working Group WG <public-svg-wg@w3.org>

Doug Schepers a écrit :
> Hi, Cyril-
> 
> Cyril Concolato wrote (on 10/14/08 2:21 AM):
>> SVG Working Group Issue Tracker a écrit :
>>> ISSUE-2135 (image element ambiguities): Ambiguities in the 'image'
>>> element [Last Call: SVG 1.2 Tiny ]
>>>
>>> http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/track/issues/2135
>>>
>>> Raised by: Doug Schepers
>>> On product: Last Call: SVG 1.2 Tiny
>>> Cyril Concolato
>>> <http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-svg/2008Oct/0110.html>:
>>> [[
>>> * Section 5.7 The 'image' element
>>> In the first sentence, the words "complete document" seems to imply
>>> that an (XML) document can be referenced from an image element while
>>> the second sentence says the opposite. Could you rephrase ?
>> I suggest the following editing. Replace:
>> "The 'image'  element indicates that the contents of a complete document
>> are to be rendered into a given rectangle within the current user
>> coordinate system."
>> with
>> "The 'image'  element indicates that the contents of an image are to be
>> rendered into a given rectangle within the current user coordinate system."
> 
> Corrected as requested.
> 
> 
>>> The attribute definitions for the 'image' element does not use the
>>> usual 'lacuna value sentence' for x, y, width and height.
>> For x, y, width and height, replace:
>> "If the attribute is not specified, the effect is as if a value of "0"
>> were specified."
>> with
>> "The lacuna value is '0'."
> 
> Corrected as requested.
> 
> 
>>> Could you rephrase the following sentence? It does not look like a
>>> correct sentence: "For optimizing download time by requiring a
>>> particular content format authors are encouraged to use
>>> 'requiredFormats', instead of 'type'."
>> In image, audio, video, replace:
>> "For optimizing download time by requiring a particular content format
>> authors are encouraged to use 'requiredFormats', instead of 'type'."
>> with
>> "To indicate the media formats and avoid that a User Agent downloads
>> media in formats that it does not support, authors are encouraged to use
>> 'requiredFormats' instead of 'type'."
> 
> Corrected to say:
> [[
> To ensure that a User Agent only downloads media in formats that it
> supports, thus optimizing download time and bandwidth usage, authors are
> encouraged to use 'requiredFormats', instead of 'type'.
> ]]
> 
> 
> Please let us know if this satisfies your comment.
This is perfect. Thank you.

Cyril
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Cyril Concolato
Maître de Conférences/Associate Professor
Groupe Mutimedia/Multimedia Group
Département Traitement du Signal et Images
/Dept. Signal and Image Processing
Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications
46 rue Barrault
75 013 Paris, France
http://tsi.enst.fr/~concolat 
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