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[Bug 7670] Use of prefixes is too complicated for a Web technology

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Date: Sun, 20 Sep 2009 09:39:08 +0000
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--- Comment #23 from Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de>  2009-09-20 09:39:07 ---
(In reply to comment #22)
> What's specified in the draft is very different from how the implementation
> with the most market significance (Google Rich Snippets) processes existing
> "RDFa" content. Therefore, the draft has to be considered to be prospective
> rather than retrospective. A prospective spec that's different enought from the
> market leader to be considered simultaneously retrospective should have it's
> design bugs fixed. (If you get rid of prefix-based indirection, one element
> creating more than one triple and lower the complexity of the model from graph
> to tree, you get something more similar to microdata than RDFa.)

So Google is "the market leader" for RDFa processing? And just because they
screwed up the spec needs to change?

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