Re: HTML+RDFa Heartbeat Draft publishing request

Hi Manu,

Your publication request comes at an opportune time, as the chairs are  
considering what other drafts to republish, and we'd like to include  
HTML+RDFa. We'll make sure to include it in an upcoming CfC for new  
Working Drafts.


P.S. I'd like to remind everyone that HTML+RDFa has a bugzilla  
component, and we should be following the exact same process for  
reporting problems and for the main HTML5 draft.

On Jan 12, 2010, at 11:53 AM, Manu Sporny wrote:

> Hey folks,
> The heartbeat draft for the RDFa spec for HTML should be published by
> January 15th, 2010. I have made some of the additions that WHAT WG,  
> RDFa
> TF and HTML WG folks have requested:
> * Updating HTML5 coercion to Infoset rules (normative)
> * Clarifying how to extract RDFa attributes via Infoset (informative)
> * Clarifying how to extract RDFa attributes via DOM2 (informative)
> I can't imagine that this draft is going to make people happy on  
> either
> side of the debate for the following reasons:
> * Updating the HTML5 coercion to Infoset rules needs input from
>  implementers and may be a non-starter.
> * Some believe that there is no need to state anything about Infoset  
> or
>  DOM2, others believe that it should be normative language. I have
>  stated how to extract RDFa information in both Infoset and DOM2, but
>  left the language as informative.
> Feedback on the current draft would be appreciated:
> Diff-marked version:
> This is a request for the HTML WG to publish this draft as a heartbeat
> draft effective Friday, January 15th, 2010.
> -- manu
> -- 
> Manu Sporny (skype: msporny, twitter: manusporny)
> President/CEO - Digital Bazaar, Inc.
> blog: Monarch - Next Generation REST Web Services

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