Re: ISSUE 34: Proposal for quality attributes

2012/8/2 Arle Lommel <>

> Good question. I realized I don't actually know the answer to that. I
> thought Felix meant that they didn't want us to use any prefix at all

No ... they are OK with the "its-" prefix. See
it talkes about its- attributes.



> , but if that is not the case, I would like to use one to keep the scope
> clearer.
> Best,
> Arle
> On Aug 2, 2012, at 12:33 , Des Oates <> wrote:
> Hi Arle****
> Just one point of clarification on this:****
> >Before I move on, if we really move into the HTML5 world (per Felix's
> mail), we can no longer call these things like "its:qualityscore"****
> I interpreted Felix’ Email regarding  HTML WG to mean that we require any
> attributes we define to be ratified by that group. Not that we cannot use
> the ‘its-‘ prefix.   As you illustrate with your suggestions, not having a
> ‘namespace’ prefix like ‘its-‘ would require attribute names to take the
> form of cryptic conflated abbreviations  which would definitely impact the
> t the readability of attributes and thus, I imagine, generate some push
> back from the HTML folks.****
> Perhaps you or Felix could clarify.****
> Thanks****
> Des****
>  ****

Felix Sasaki
DFKI / W3C Fellow

Received on Thursday, 2 August 2012 10:53:32 UTC