Re: [dxwg] Editorial comments on DCAT ED (#922)

@dr-shorthair said:

> Since most of the rec is written in terms of 'recommended for use ...' probably the only really normative elements are the descriptions of the existence of classes and properties. 7-14 are all good illustrations of usage, best practice etc. I guess that makes them non-normative, which only leaves chapter 6 and the conformance chapter as normative - is that what we intend?

Makes sense to me. But I would keep normative also Section 3 (Namespaces).

Not sure about Section 15 (Security and privacy).

About Section A (Acknowledgments) and Section D (Change history), I don't think there's a need to mark them explicitly as "informative".

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