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Re: ISSUE-132 (Is @src allowed everywhere?): Is the @src attribute defined in RDFa Core allowed on any element? [3rd LC Comments - RDFa 1.1 Core]

From: Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 06:41:37 +0100
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To: RDF Web Applications Working Group <public-rdfa-wg@w3.org>
On 20 Feb 2012, at 05:42, RDF Web Applications Working Group Issue Tracker <sysbot+tracker@w3.org> wrote:

> ISSUE-132 (Is @src allowed everywhere?): Is the @src attribute defined in RDFa Core allowed on any element? [3rd LC Comments - RDFa 1.1 Core]
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> http://www.w3.org/2010/02/rdfa/track/issues/132
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> Raised by: Manu Sporny
> On product: 3rd LC Comments - RDFa 1.1 Core
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> Raised by Henri Sivonen:
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> The RDF Web Apps WG had previously decided that the @href, @rel and @rev attributes were to be allowed on any element. The current RDFa Core specification defines @src, and the processing rules for @src, but does not mention if the attribute is allowed everywhere. 
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> The assumption is that where @href, @rel, @rev, and @src are allowed is up to the Host Language (do we say this in the spec anywhere, and if we don't, we should). I don't think we ever intended @src to be used everywhere, but both Henri and Mike Smith's interpretation of the HTML+RDFa spec was that @src was allowed everywhere.
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> 1. I don't think we ever meant @src to be allowed everywhere, we should clarify this.

Same for @href.

> 2. We should also make it clear that it is up to the Host Language to define which elements can hold @href, @src, @rel, and @rev.

Agreed

> 3. The HTML+RDFa spec should make it more clear which attributes are allowed on which elements.
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Agreed.

Ivan

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