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From: viji <viji@borqs.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2010 18:10:31 +0530
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CC: viji <viji@borqs.com>
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  Here are some of the comments on http://www.w3.org/TR/widgets/ W3C 
Working Draft 5 October 2010

1. 7.9.2. The email Attribute

mentions that email is a keyword attribute where

A keyword is a string that is reserved for the purpose of this 
specification. The value of a keyword attribute is a keyword  that is 
one of a finite set specified in the attribute's definition in the case 
given in this specification.

Does this mean that the finite set will be defined in the specification 
? or the spec assumes that there will be a finite set based on the 
attributes definition in the specification.

This would mean that the email attribute can only hold emails and not 
any other string ?

For param element's name and value attributes, how is the finite set 
defined ? Do we let the feature defined specify the set ?

2. 9.1.9. Rule for Getting Text Content with Normalized White Space

  In the example given, is the dir attribute for Dude ignored ? The 
sentence "The resulting widget name would be "The Awesome Super Dude 
Widget" but represented as a localizable string that retains" does not 
seem complete


3.  7.11. The icon  Element and its Attributes

  Attributes:
     Global attributes, src, width, height.

  global attributes, xml.lang does not apply as mentioned in the spec.
  dir also would not apply to icon element ?
  Is Global attributes required as an attribute to icon element.

  Same thing applies to content element, feature element, param element

rgds
viji
Received on Tuesday, 19 October 2010 13:09:52 GMT

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