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[Bug 10167] HTML5 Polyglot spec breaks RDFa case sensitivity

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--- Comment #12 from Toby Inkster <mail@tobyinkster.co.uk> 2010-10-12 21:20:01 UTC ---
"additional restrictions" implies that the polyglot restrictions still applies,
what is needed is language that states that other specifications can relax or
remove the polyglot restrictions.

But a bigger issue is over why this restriction is in the polyglot spec at all.
Polyglot is supposed to be a set of rules derived from looking at the
intersection of HTML and XHTML syntax. Neither HTML nor XHTML requires rel or
rev values to be lower-cased.

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