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Re: Update on deliverables regarding approaches

From: Matthew Atkinson <matkinson@tpgi.com>
Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2021 17:36:51 +0000
To: Personalization Task Force <public-personalization-tf@w3.org>
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Oops; I had to do this process twice (as I added row headers) and the second time I forgot to make the body, rather than the table, have the horizontal scrolling. Here is a fixed version :-).

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´╗┐On 14/06/2021, 18:27, "Matthew Atkinson" <matkinson@tpgi.com> wrote:

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    Hi all,

    I've made some updates to the wiki page [0], as discussed on our call. I found after some experimentation with Pandoc that the reason it was using an HTML table was because the structure of the table is too complex to be able to be expressed in the pipe/ASCII-art format. Becky: if you are still able to have a look, please do, but I wouldn't suggest spending too much time on it.

    What I have done for now is to make a separate HTML file for the big table, and attach it here. Hope it helps.

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    On 14/06/2021, 12:53, "Matthew Atkinson" <matkinson@tpgi.com> wrote:

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        Hi all,

        I've uploaded a new page to the wiki: https://github.com/w3c/personalization-semantics/wiki/Action-Destination-Purpose-Research-Questions - it has some placeholder content, but is hopefully a good start :-). Here is the draft Editor's Note so far:

        This specification details a set of attributes named "action", "destination" and "purpose" as well as their allowed values. We have considered some alternatives to this specific set of attribute names and values. You can find an overview of these in the [wiki page]. We are seeking feedback from web content authors and user agent/extension implementers on these options.

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        On 07/06/2021, 15:06, "Matthew Atkinson" <matkinson@tpgi.com> wrote:

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            Hi all,

            I've been working with JF on the deliverables for the proposed Editor's Note and a wiki page we could put in our repo. Below you can find a draft (in GitHub Flavoured Markdown) that could be pasted into a wiki page. We intend to update this as we go, but here's the first draft...

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            Matthew
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