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Re: New draft of Widgets: Access Requests Policy

From: Robin Berjon <robin@berjon.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2009 09:46:14 +0100
Cc: Webapps WG <public-webapps@w3.org>
Message-Id: <782F0E85-6358-4332-B106-B6CA05190A29@berjon.com>
To: mozer <xmlizer@gmail.com>
Hi Mohamed,

On Jun 6, 2009, at 09:52 , mozer wrote:
> Sorry for disturbing

Don't pretend you're sorry :)

> there is a bunch of space problem in the spec

You expect space problems from a spec called WARP.

> probably it is only depending on your build process

No, it's faulty cut and paste followed by failure to completely  
correct it.

> For example :
> * ASTERISK (*)character
> * Path Language (XPath)Version 1.0
> *  Steve DeRoseW3C Recommendation

Fixed, thanks.

> Reference
> * probably you should consider referencing "RFC 2818: HTTP Over TLS"  
> for HTTPS

Added (and both moved to informative since they're not normatively  

> * [Widgets-Reqs] is now dated from 30 april 2009 instead of  
> september 2008


> * The same applies for [Widgets-DigSig]


> * [Widgets-Updates] is now dated from 14 April 2008

Actually it isn't, it's just that the link pointed to Widgets  
Landscape :)

> Process question : since your making refrence to HTML5 normatively, do
> you expect HTML5 to become a REC before Widgets 1.0: Access Requests
> Policy

Unless you can cite the part of process that says one can't reference  
drafts n steps behind, this is not a process issue.

That being said, it's an issue irrespective of what Process says. I've  
addressed it by revisiting the way in which HTML5 is introduced. Since  
it is optional to support HTML, and since the rules that should apply  
are those of whichever language is used, we now: 1) defer to the host  
language, and therefore 2) make HTML5 informative again.

> Some precision :
> Please add at the top of section 3 The access element, that the access
> element in the namespace "http://www.w3.org/ns/widgets"


Thanks a lot for your review!

Robin Berjon - http://berjon.com/
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