Re: [poe] Use of the label Left Operand in the ontology/vocabulary


4.12.6 is lowercase (leftOperand) whereas 4.12.7 is uppercase 
(LeftOperand); which is consistent with the convention for naming 
properties and classes respectively. Please note that the labels are 
same, though.

How should we proceed?


El 16/01/2017 a las 14:42, Michael Steidl escribió:
> The ODRL Vocabulary & Expression Editor's Draft of 16 January 2017 
> uses the label "Left Operand" two times:
>   * (4.12.6)
>     identifier = - used for
>     the property of a left operand in Constraint class
>   * (4.12.7)
>     identifier = - used as 
>     class of things being a left operand.
> At POE calls it was said the distinction between leftOperand and 
> LeftOperand in the identifiers could be confusing, but having the 
> label for different things causes even more confusion.
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