Re: new reply to comments by Bijan Parsia

At 9:55 PM +0100 7/16/03, Jeremy Carroll wrote:
>small comment ...
>Peter F. Patel-Schneider wrote:
>>>>>2) Completely Editorial: I would like the normative version of the
>>>>>document to be a single HTML file. I know, off hand, of no other (at
>>>>>least modern) W3C recommendation that is split up merely for
>>>>>navigational purposes. It's inconvenient, it's inconsistent even with
>>>>>the other OWL specs, and annoying, especially for offline reading.
>>>>I agree somewhat, but do find the separated version to be helpful
>>>>sometimes.  I was asked to make the switch from a single to a compound
>>>>document, and I'm not particularly interested in switching back.
>>>Er...but none of the other documents, afaik, either in webont or 
>>>rdfcore are compound. Few if any, again afaik, modern W3C recs are 
>>>compound. I would have thought that that would be determinative :)
>>>Not a biggy, but it does annoy me each and every time. And I often 
>>>forget that it's compound and thus load up only the first page and 
>>>find myself off line with not what I wanted. Oh well. Bookmarking 
>>>the single file will work. But I predict other people's annoyance.
>>  No change is likely to be made here.
>OWL Test is a compound doc, and so far I have only had positive 
>feedback on that change.
>Weakly suggest adding
>"OWL Test Cases is also a compound document."
>(or not)

works for me (with or without Jeremy's change) - please send it

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