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[Cool URIs] WD 2007-12-17

From: Christoph Päper <christoph.paeper@crissov.de>
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2007 02:18:06 +0100
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To: public-sweo-ig@w3.org

Some minor editorial comments.

2. URIs for Web Documents
- One of the dots in "Alice and bob both work at Example Inc.."  
should go.
- Choose either [AWWW] or [WWW-Arch] [Web architecture], don't mix them.
4.1. Hash URIs
- "Again, the 303 See Other status code must be used." Only 302 has  
been used so far. The transition between 4.1 and 4.2 is not really  
straight forward.
4.2. 303 URIs
- "“303 See Other”" Remove quotation marks here, but decide whether  
to use typographic or typewriter style in general (also for  
apostrophes).
4.3. Choosing between 303 and Hash
"http://www.example.com/about# product456" Excess space after hash  
sign (also Alice and Bob used to be the examples).
4.5. Linking
"|<link />| element", "|<link>| element" (in diagram) -> "|link|  
element"
5. Examples from the Web
"several 100k" does not seem like recommendable English.
<http://ontoworld.org/wiki/Special:ExportRDF/Karlsruhe> seems to  
work, too.
6.1. New URI Schemes
"resourcse" -> "resources"
6.2. Reference by Description
"A person, for example, could be described with her name, date of  
birth, and social security number." 'his', SSN is US-specific.
8. Acknowledgements
"Stuart Williams (HP Labs) and Norman Walsh from TAG" -> Stuart  
Williams from HP Labs and Norman Walsh from TAG" or "Stuart Williams  
(HP Labs) and Norman Walsh (TAG)"
"AAstrand" -> "Åstrand", probably.
"bmb+f" -> "BMBF" (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung)

Perhaps you could drop the protocol and domain part more often in prose.
Both "email" and "e-mail" are used in the document and prbably more  
small inconsistences.
|@@|-Notes are stylistically deemphasised, when they should be  
emphasised (like they are in some other W3C drafts).
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