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Re: Updated github

From: Karen Coyle <kcoyle@kcoyle.net>
Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2017 11:29:51 -0800
To: public-dxwg-wg@w3.org
Message-ID: <b04fd0c1-d3b5-e189-91a1-4ddafb8bde44@kcoyle.net>
Hi, Rob. I haven't had a chance to go through this in detail, but two
quick things:

1 - you have an empty note under 6.3.4
2 - we decided that 6.6.3 (schema.org "crosswalk") was "nice to have"
but not required. It could be a separate document, but wouldn't be part
of the DCAT 1.1. I think it would be best to drop it out of the
requirements list although the DCAT group should discuss it when they
talk about discoverability. What do others think is best?


On 11/15/17 9:30 PM, Rob Atkinson wrote:
> As promised I have transcribed the updates from the spreadsheet to the
> respec document on Github.
> more work to do to clean it up w.r.t. groupings
> So far: 
> 1) fixed up some heading level inconsistencies 
> 2) added requirements groupings headings and  group definition text as
> per spreadsheet
> 3) commented out rejected requirements
> 4) Updated heading and/or text where "final" text supplied
> To note - largely kept original ordering of group headings (spreadsheet
> was alphabetical)
> TODO - verify this makes sense
> also numbering is automated, IMHO we should finalise all text and
> groupings and then add numbers based on groups,
> Lots of requirements still need to be shuffled into appropriate groups.
> I'll attack this next after i get feedback on numbering strategy,
> Rob Atkinson

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