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RE: [metadata] Who will consume our metadata?

From: Bill Kasdorf <bkasdorf@apexcovantage.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Feb 2014 17:44:49 +0000
To: AUDRAIN LUC <LAUDRAIN@hachette-livre.fr>, Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>
CC: Dave Cramer <Dave.Cramer@hbgusa.com>, W3C Digital Publishing IG <public-digipub-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <cdfa7e145ed5475eb73b3c7634049df9@CO2PR06MB572.namprd06.prod.outlook.com>
Yes, I agree. I think Ivan's distinction is important, but I think both are important in the context of "what do publishers need to do?"

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From: AUDRAIN LUC [mailto:LAUDRAIN@hachette-livre.fr] 
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2014 12:18 PM
To: Ivan Herman
Cc: Dave Cramer; W3C Digital Publishing IG
Subject: Re: [metadata] Who will consume our metadata?

Ivan,

Yes but that semantics of far from sufficient when this 'chapter' is a lesson, a recipe, a town to visit, a dictionary entry, and so on. 
We know what it is in our production workflow and we loose it in HTML. I really speak about content metadata as a source of intelligence in our books as a whole, not in chunks. 
I plan to add this need in the wiki, not only the global metadata for book discovery. From Bill point of view, I think it is relevant too in this task force, isn't it?
Luc

> Le 4 févr. 2014 à 17:35, "Ivan Herman" <ivan@w3.org> a écrit :
> 
> - When I mark an element in HTML5, say, a section element, as being a 'chapter' or an 'introduction', that attaches some semantics to that specific part of the book.
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