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Re: Primer: slight revision

From: Frank Manola <fmanola@mitre.org>
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 08:05:28 -0500
Message-ID: <3C91F198.2080902@mitre.org>
To: Dave Beckett <dave.beckett@bristol.ac.uk>, RDF Core <w3c-rdfcore-wg@w3.org>

This is OK (and I wasn't trying to ignore your previous sets of 
comments, just didn't have time to deal with them all).  But I'm going 
to need some guidance from the WG as to how much needs doing before 
"publishing stage X", so this is something for folks to think about. 
E.g., elimination of @@s and labeling all the examples (also, which 
things constitute "examples" for this purpose?  Individual lines like 
"The creator of <foo> is John Smith"?)  Remember, I'm something of a 
newbie at this "Editor" business.


Dave Beckett wrote:

>>>>Frank Manola said:
>>A slight revision of the 20020312 version of the Primer is now at 
>>This represents no substantive content changes from the previous version 
>>(for those of you who are reviewing), but does represent some formatting 
>>and HTML cleanup (plus fixing a few, but apparently not all, typos).  I 
>>ran it through the W3C validator, and there's still plenty of work to do 
>>(I introduced a few more errors in "fixing things up", but at least I 
>>have the validation report to go by!), but I think it's starting to 
>>shape up.
> I think we should publish this as long as the editors take into
> account a few editorial issues and try to address them before publishing:
>   W3C Document publishing process bits - style, validating, link checking etc.
>   Spell checking :)
>   Making @@s and missing bits into more clear warnings
>   Ensuring all sections, figures, examples have labels, anchors which
>     are used
> I'd also suggest the Model Theory section was moved earlier
> rather than a subsection of 6.1
> Dave

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