Subject: [Comment response] To Irene Celino
Thank you for your comment
on the RDFa 1.1 drafts.
1. You write:
>In section 3.10 and at the beginning of section 5, @src is only > indicated as a way to indicate a URI object, but later in the document >(paragraph 220.127.116.11) the examples use @src as a way to indicate a >subject. Maybe it would be useful to clarify @src possible uses.
This is indeed a good point, and we will take care of this in the next release.
2. You write:
>In section 2.2, in the example regarding the definition of an RDFa >profile, the example snippet contains > <span property="rdfa:uri">http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#</span> >Is this correct? Shouldn't it be like the following: > <span rel="rdfa:uri" >resource="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" />
That is intentional. An RDF Triple referring to a resource makes a statement _on that resource_ ie, in this case, it would be on RDF as an abstract notion. However, in a profile document, we make statements only on the URI as a string, and a possible abbreviation thereof. From a modeling point of view, it is better not to make the difference...
3. You write:
> A final comment about the "appearance" of examples in the document. I > believe that example numbering would improve readability of the > document (and it would ease making references as well...). Moreover, > whenever a "wrong" example is given (like the first example in section > 18.104.22.168), it would be nice to use a different visual indication (like > a different font color for example) to make clear that it is something > people should not replicate.
This is indeed a good idea, and we will take care of this in the next release.
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