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[Bug 14114] HTML+RDFa should extend flow content to include link and meta elements

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Manu Sporny <msporny@digitalbazaar.com> changed:

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--- Comment #2 from Manu Sporny <msporny@digitalbazaar.com> 2011-10-09 21:48:14 UTC ---
If we're going to support LINK and META in flow content like the Microdata spec
does, which is fine with the RDF Web Apps WG, we might as well support it in
the main HTML5 specification and remove the language from the HTML5 Microdata

Ian, what do you think about doing this?

Also, is LINK and META being relocated into HEAD no longer a concern in HTML5?
I know that this was a concern in older browsers when RDFa was first being
introduced, which is why this feature never made it into the browsers. Does the
HTML5 spec now prohibit the movement of LINK and META into HEAD?

Ian, do you want me to create a bug for the main HTML5 spec that requests that
LINK and META are allowed in flow content? That way, both the RDFa and
Microdata specs don't need the same language introduced into each spec.

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