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Erika Doyle Navara
Philippe Le Hégaret
Joshue O Connor
The spec currently allows link types to have different effects on <link> on
<a>. That contradicts the goal of having consistent semantics of link
relations, independently on where they appear.
In fact, none of the currently defined link relations differ in this; the only
difference is that some are said not to be allowed on certain elements (whether
*that* is a good idea is a separate issue).
Proposal: change the spec to define "effect on" for *all* elements, and have a
separate flag/column to describe where they are allowed.
This will simplify registries (see ISSUE-27), and also discourage definition of
link relations that indeed have different semantics on different elements.
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