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Re: Usage of the @role attribute (Fwd: IDPF event at Salon du livre)

From: Robin Berjon <robin@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 02 Apr 2013 15:21:02 +0200
Message-ID: <515ADB3E.8030402@w3.org>
To: Markus Gyilling <markus.gylling@gmail.com>
CC: Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>, W3C Public Archives <www-archive@w3.org>
Dear Markus,

On 27/03/2013 14:49 , Ivan Herman wrote:
> Robin, please meat Markus Gylling, CTO of IDPF and also possible
> chair of the upcoming Digital Publishing IG.

Pleased to meet you!

> Markus, I had some discussions with Robin on the question we were
> discussing a while ago you and me, on whether the @role attribute
> could be used in EPUB3.01 to replace the current idpf:type attribute
> for, say, glossary items. I just forward you the relevant issues; I
> let you two discuss the technical details, if any...

That is just one topic amongst potentially several that I would like to 
discuss (but there is no rush). In general, I am interested in features 
that EPUB adds that aren't available on the vanilla "browser" web. I 
believe that those should provide use cases for additions to HTML. (Note 
that I'm not saying that HTML should just import them as is  but I do 
think that we should strive for convergence and I want to help with that.)

Concerning @role, I started discussing the potential usage of it from 
EPUB types. The first questions I received were about how much this was 
implemented in actual readers, i.e. how actual implementations change 
their behaviour (compared to an unmodified HTML engine) based on these 
types. If you have any way in which I could easily find such 
information, it would be most helpful.

Thanks!

-- 
Robin Berjon - http://berjon.com/ - @robinberjon
Received on Tuesday, 2 April 2013 13:21:10 UTC

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