ISSUE-7: desc or description?

metadata desc

desc or description?

State:
CLOSED
Product:
TTML 1.0
Raised by:
Philippe Le Hégaret
Opened on:
2008-12-03
Description:
The desc element is historically based on a similar named element from SMIL, however this is not called out in its definition and its abbreviated form is syntactically distinct from the other ttm: metadata elements. It has been suggested to change the name to description.

Should ttm:desc become ttm:description?
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  1. [minutes] teleconference 20090123 (from plh@w3.org on 2009-01-26)

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Changelog:

Created issue 'desc or description?' nickname metadata-5 owned by Philippe Le Hégaret on product , description 'The desc element is historically based on a similar named element from SMIL, however this is not called out in its definition and its abbreviated form is syntactically distinct from the other ttm: metadata elements. It has been suggested to change the name to description.
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Philippe Le Hégaret, 3 Dec 2008, 16:40:36

nickname changed to 'metadata desc'

Philippe Le Hégaret, 5 Dec 2008, 18:08:35

Product changed to DFXP 1.0

Philippe Le Hégaret, 5 Dec 2008, 18:08:35

Description changed to 'The desc element is historically based on a similar named element from SMIL, however this is not called out in its definition and its abbreviated form is syntactically distinct from the other ttm: metadata elements. It has been suggested to change the name to description.

Should ttm:desc become ttm:description?
'

Philippe Le Hégaret, 5 Dec 2008, 19:57:19

Status changed to 'closed'

Philippe Le Hégaret, 23 Jan 2009, 15:42:37


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