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RE: Reaching a final version of Addendum to BPWG

From: Scheppe, Kai-Dietrich <k.scheppe@telekom.de>
Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 17:19:45 +0200
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To: "Jo Rabin" <jrabin@mtld.mobi>, "Phil Archer" <phila@w3.org>
Cc: "Public MWBP" <public-bpwg@w3.org>
Hi Jo,

Thanks for your input.  Answers in the text.
File will follow.

-- Kai

> I have only a couple of very minor observations.
> 1) the punctuation used to end bullets and numbered lists is 
> not consistent (the predominant style seems to be to end with a ".")

Quoting from my message from the 7th:
"For example, I have normalized all bullet point lists that use
something like a sentence to using a period at the end and capital
letters in the beginning. We had a mix of Jo's ; and lower case
notation, . and lower case and the . and upper case notations. I prefer
the latter method."

Do you see the inconsistency in the difference between bullets with a
couple of words and those with full sentences?
Please explain.  If it is the former, I will take editorial license and
leave it.
If there are truly inconsitencies, please point them out as I am, by
now, blind to them.

> 2) Under "Evaluation" the formula "Verify that" is used 
> pretty consistently up to about 3.8. After that it seems to 

> I think the document would actually benefit from a small 
> amount of tidying up in that area - maybe to use "verify 
> that" throughout.

Good catch. 3.23 has been reformulated and the rest of the document has
been adapted.

> 3) the names of elements and attributes might benefit from 
> <code> treatment.

Yes, I agree.  It has been done.
Furthermore, all references to a specific elements have been placed in
<> and code style

> 4) Capitalization of some of the sub-heads e.g. Use of color 
> => Use of Color, Examples of informal evaluation => Examples 
> of Informal Evaluation

Examples of informal evaluation has been reduced to Examples, which is
the general pattern.

> I'd offer to do something on this but have my work cut out 
> trying to do a new draft of CT by next week.

No need. It's done.
Received on Wednesday, 16 September 2009 15:20:30 UTC

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