RE: POI Core strawman: categories

Won't label will need a language code however...
Such as
			<name xml:lang="en-US">Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools</name>

I like the type of association "child-of". What other association types have been considered?

	<association type="child-of" reference=""/>

Karl Seiler
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-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of Raj Singh
Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2011 1:23 PM
To: Matt Womer
Cc: public-poiwg W3C
Subject: POI Core strawman: categories

Here's a note on adopting Atom's <category> element.

<category source="">
			<name xml:lang="en-US">Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools</name>
			<association type="child-of" reference=""/>
	label="Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools">
	<!-- Don't know what to do with this. Atom doesn't specify the content of the category element -->
	<association type="child-of" reference=""/>

The OGC: Making location count...

On May 2, at 1:59 PM, Matt Womer wrote:

> Hi all,
> In the interest of getting us closer to publishing a First Public Working Draft, I've created a skeleton editor's draft that is based on materials in the wiki [1], the mailing list, the discussions we have had during calls and face-to-face meetings, and some stuff (the XML syntax in particular) that I just made up as I went along.  There are lots of parts that are incomplete, insufficient, and probably extremely dangerous, but I think it should provide us a good framework for discussions going forward.
> Here it is, enjoy:

> I would ask that as we discuss this, please create new email threads for significant issues rather than just responding to this message.  In the interest of not needlessly spamming the list, please send typos, editorial nits, etc to me directly.  Please also cite the date on the top of the document as well.
> Thanks,
> -Matt Womer
> Editor pro tempore
> [1] In particular: and


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