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Re: [web-annotation] Multiple Selectors

From: Ivan Herman via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2016 17:58:40 +0000
To: public-annotation@w3.org
Message-ID: <issue_comment.created-173993135-1453485519-sysbot+gh@w3.org>


> @iherman No worries regarding "spaghetti". I didn't think you were 
being dismissive but IIRC these discussions are public (and/or the 
archives are public, I forget which it is)
> 
both:-)
> so I wanted to clarify for the "audience." On the whole we should 
all probably watch out for pejorative terms (and I'm certainly as 
guilty of using them as anyone).
> 
> Regarding "@type". For the examples I merely repeated Hugo's 
verbage. IMO, it's probably very safe to replace "@type" with "type" 
as Rob has done in the proposed example. (IIRC we have already had 
this debate elsewhere and I thought that it was settled that we were 
making the substitution, thus the use of "type" in the proposed 
solution.) Perhaps @hugomanguinhas could say if my understanding also 
matches his regarding "@type"/"type".
> 
In fact, my issue was not whether we use type or @type (I am not sure 
any more which approach we have adopted); I questioned whether the 
type information is necessary at all. But I don't want to reopen this 
discussion. However, a fair comparison of the two extracts requires 
either to use them everywhere in both examples, or none of them in 
both...




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