Re: Request to publish HTML+RDFa (draft 3) as FPWD

On Sep 15, 2009, at 9:36 PM, Manu Sporny wrote:

> The 3rd draft of the HTML+RDFa specification has been released and is
> available here:
> The diff-marked version can be found here:

I haven't yet checked if the issues I raised are resolved to my  
satisfaction (I plan to do so soon), but I think it's fine to publish  
the current draft as FPWD. I will post a CfC to do so today.

  - Maciej

> Changes in this version of the spec include:
> * Lots of xmlns: fixes and spec language changes around xmlns:.
> * Explicit references from HTML+RDFa sections to pertinent sections of
>  XHTML+RDFa spec.
> * Explicit language ensuring that RDFa attributes, attribute values,
>  and CURIEs are conforming in HTML5 and XHTML5.
> * Normative pointers to xmlns:-prefixed attribute processing that
>  should be used to create URI mappings in non-XML mode documents.
> * Added editorial warnings about potential changes in xmlns: as
>  the HTML5 document moves toward Last Call and the distributed
>  extensibility issue is addressed.
> There are now 2 remaining issues, 6 deferred issues (that should be
> addressed via a separate document, wiki, process), and 30 addressed
> issues. Details on the status/resolution of each issue can be found  
> here:
> There have been no issues that have been added to the wiki by  
> reviewers
> or that have been re-opened by reviewers since the last draft was
> published. Discussion related to the second draft didn't produce any
> technical issues, but that doesn't mean there aren't any. If there are
> any new technical issues, they must and will be dealt with during the
> Working Draft phase.
> I feel confident that the remaining 2 issues can be addressed and that
> the document is ready for FPWD.
> Sam, Paul, Maciej, this is a request to publish HTML+RDFa as a FPWD.
> Please let me know if there is any other W3C process that is required
> before the document can be published as a FPWD.
> -- manu
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> Manu Sporny (skype: msporny, twitter: manusporny)
> President/CEO - Digital Bazaar, Inc.
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