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Re: some editorial comments on appendix B of CC/PP S&V WD

From: Luu Tran <Luu.Tran@Sun.COM>
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 09:03:33 -0700
To: Francesco CannistrÓ <fracan@inwind.it>
Cc: www-mobile@w3.org, w3c-di-wg@w3.org
Message-id: <3F5F4B55.3010505@sun.com>

Hi Francesco,

Thanks for catching these errors:

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-mobile/2003Aug/0010.html

Please see our responses below.

Thanks,
Luu Tran
DIWG


1. Section B.2

We will replace:

"Structural properties (instances of ccpp:Property)"

with:

"Structural properties (instance of ccpp:Structure)"


2. Section B.2

We will replace:

"Domain=ccpp:Client-profile"

with:

"Domain=ccpp:Profile"


3. Section B.3

We will remove "May be a Request-profile or a Client-profile."


4. Section B.3

We will remove "This class is also used for collecting CC/PP attributes 
that form part of a proxy behavior description."


5. Section B.3

You are correct that the CC/PP profile may, in addition to CC/PP arcs, 
contain RDF arcs. However strictly the use of the term subclass is 
correct, as CC/PP arcs are either instances of ccpp:Structure or 
ccpp:Attribute.

We will replace:

"All property arcs that constitute parts of a CC/PP profile are
defined as subclasses of ccpp:Property.  This allows that in a
schema-validating environment with language mixing, the CC/PP
elements of an RDF graph rooted in some given resource can be
isolated from other attributes of that resource."

with:

"ccpp:Property is the super-class for ccpp:Structure and ccpp:Attribute. 
Therefore all property arcs that are not part of the core RDF namespace 
and constitute parts of a CC/PP profile are defined as subclasses of 
ccpp:Property. This allows schema-validating environments with language 
mixing to isolate the CC/PP elements of an RDF graph rooted in some 
given resource from other attributes of that resource."


6. Section B.3

We will replace:

"All property arcs that relate the structural elements of a
a CC/PP profile are declared as instances of ccpp:Structure."

with:

"All properties that are structural elements of a CC/PP profile are
defined as instances of ccpp:Structure."

We will also replace:

"All property arcs that represent client capabilities or
preferences in a CC/PP profile are declared as instances of
ccpp:Attribute."

with:

"All properties that describe client capabilities or preferences in a 
CC/PP profile should be defined as instances of ccpp:Attribute."
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