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RE: [ISSUE-22] Provenance and Agents

From: Yves Savourel <ysavourel@enlaso.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 20:44:20 -0600
To: <public-multilingualweb-lt@w3.org>
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> I understand, I just couldn't see how if you already support 
> both global and local selectors and for one you want 
> to repeat attributes, why that would not be the case 
> for the other. It just seemed a bit inconsistent, but that 
> thought is probably a bit abstract seeing I can't recall the 
> use case offhand.

I think stand-off markup can be used in two cases:

a) To set on the same span of content several instances of the same data category without overriding each other. An example of this is Localization Quality Issue where the same content can have several issues.

b) To allow a format to assign assign data categories that have more than one attribute to a content where you can only use a reference. An example of that is XLIFF 2.0 where <mrk> doesn't allow non-XLIFF attributes.

I think a) applies only to few data categories. For b) it would be logical to allow it to all data categories that have more than one attributes. For example, that could be used to set the Storage Size data category on a span of content. But I'm not very happy with this. I think as XLIFF users ITS really need to assess the restriction of non-XLIFF attribute on <mrk>. This causes a lot of headache. That why resolving the mapping soon is important: if <mrk> suddenly allows custom extensions, the use case b) disappear for ITS.

Cheers,
-yves
Received on Friday, 26 October 2012 02:44:47 UTC

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