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[DPF] Static vs Dynamic

From: Keith Waters <kwaters@ftrd.us>
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2005 04:26:58 -0400
Message-Id: <78705D80-99CF-4F15-9009-C0BEDD38B4A9@ftrd.us>
To: www-di@w3.org

Hi Bert,

This message contains a response to comments on

http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/WD-DPF-20041122/

1.  DPF allows a client to learn about a device's capabilities and
configuration, which enables dynamic (on-the-fly) document generation
suitable for a given media size; however, it does not provide for
static generation of contents which present suitably on a variety of
media sizes.


Response:

DPF covers static properties as well as dynamic. The Working Group  
believe this question refers to vocabularies that references the DIWG  
CPC work item. As a result, we have added the following text to the  
introduction: However, it is the intent of the Device Independence  
Working Group [DIWG] to specify representations of ontology's through  
[OWL], as well as presentation characteristics being developed by the  
[DIWG] through Core Presentation Characteristics [CPC] work item  
activities.

Informative Reference: CPC "Device Independance Working Group  
Charter, Work Item: Core Presentation Characterisitics Version 1.0",  
Rhys Lewis (Chair). (See http://www.w3.org/2004/05/di- 
charter-2004-06.html#delcon-cpc.)

-Keith Waters
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