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Re: [web-annotation] Restriction on 'purpose'

From: Ivan Herman via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2016 06:06:20 +0000
To: public-annotation@w3.org
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Ok, you are right but I also realized what led me down the wrong path.

You do have an example for what you say in 
 And yes, that section "defines" `purpose` to be usable for such a 
resource. However, in 
 where `purpose` is first defined, it says, as part of the definition:
 "The relationship between a TextualBody and a Motivation." This can 
be read as a formal definition for that property which has a 
restriction. In fact, you have the definition of that property at two 
different places! (Yes, I realize, those are not really definitions 

The whole of section 3.3 talks about different properties and many of 
those can be used for Specific Resources, ie, for bodies in general. 
However, so far in the narrative there is nothing about specific 
resources, and I have not seen some sort of a reference back to 3.3 
(eg, in the introduction of Specific Resource in section 4) that makes
 this clear.

Maybe, as I proposed earlier, we should have an intro section with a 
terminology for external resource, web resource, specific resource, 
etc, making clear how these things interrelate. It could also make it 
clear that the properties are defined for a specific type of object 
but those definitions are not meant to be exclusive for the property.

B.t.w., just to add to your headache, I believe an index for the 
classes and properties, to be put into an appendix, would be a good 
idea, too. I believe respec has tools for definitions and reference to
 the definitions that is relatively easy to use (and generates cross 
links automatically). (We can discuss the technical details.) 

(I changed the issue to be editorial, though)

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