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Review of PR version of ontology document

From: Bailer, Werner <werner.bailer@joanneum.at>
Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2011 19:33:13 +0100
To: "public-media-annotation@w3.org" <public-media-annotation@w3.org>
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Dear all,

Martin and I have reviewed the PR version of the document in the last weeks. Here are comments on two topics: editorial issues in the document and issues with the testsuite (summarised below, but Martin has already posted them to the list).

1. Editorial comments about the ontology document

- Veronique's affiliation in the editor list: VU is listed in the acknowledgements and in the W3C member listing as "Vrije Universiteit"
- section 1 introduction
-- first par: "non available" -> "not available"
-- second par: "will introduce a certain loss in semantic", propose to replace "will" by "may"
-- 2nd and 3rd bullet point on Dublin Core: remove "the" before "Dublin Core"
- references to formats are inhomogeneous, sometimes uses square brackets, sometimes not, e.g. "EXIF" vs. "[FRBR]" in section 1
- section 1.1
-- 3rd par: "they widespread use" -> "their ...", also their seems to refer to tech properties, but could also read as referring to container formats, this should be clarified
- section 1.1.1
-- dig35, mrss and ogg include values in the examples, others not
- section 1.1.2
-- ogg and webm include values in the examples, others not
-- missing example for flv
- section 3 / Property
-- Dublin Core should be a link to the reference
- section 4
-- the first sentence of the note "Currently, ..." should be dropped
-- the second sentence of the note should be part of the text rather than a note
- section 5.1.2
-- copyright: the sentence "Other issues related to DRM ..." seems outdated and should be changed, as policy allows referencing licenses
-- frameSize: "units MUST be interpreted as pixels" should probably say "values ..."
-- compression: put mmyyyy under quotes or in italics
-- format: insert "/container types" after "bucket media types"
- section 
-- definition of more specific/generic: specific is defined as "contain a superset of the semantics", generic as "semantics that is broader" -- this is in fact the same. In accordance with the examples 
-- generic vs. general: the definition uses the term "more generic", while the mapping tables use "more general"; this should be harmonised (more general seems to be better, as it corresponds to the term used by SKOS)
- section 5.2.2
-- column "spec": the column is not present in any of the tables (sometimes there is an untitled columns such as in CableLabs)
-- "into an updated of this" -> "into an updated version of this"
- MPEG-7 mapping table:
-- date: change the mapping type to "more specific"
-- policy: add to both the MPEG-7 and XPath columns "or UsageInformation/Rights", change the mapping type to "more general"
- SMPTE DMS-1 mapping table:
-- date: change the mapping type to "more specific"
- section 6.1 
-- heading starts with "Example 1", in contrast to the headings of other examples
-- section 6.2 
-- "not a use case that has been considered": "originally" should be inserted, as this section actually considers the use case
- section 6.4
-- first par: "gerenal" -> "general"
-- there is <tt></tt> markup throughout the section, which probably should be formating rather than being verbatim code
- annex B references
-- the CR of the Media Fragment Spec should be referenced, and it should not say "W3C Recommendation" as it does now

2. Issues in the test suite

There are a few issues with the test suite files (e.g. RDF/XML was updated, but Turtle version of the same file is outdated or missing). Martin has reported these issues in the following mails to the group:

For many of these issues, fixed version of the mentioned files have already been posted to the list.

Best regards,
Martin and Werner

  Werner Bailer
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