[whatwg] Comments and questions on Web Apps 1.0
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Fri Mar 17 08:48:21 PST 2006
Henri Sivonen wrote:
> "To set metadata with meta elements, authors must first specify a
> profile that defines metadata names, using the profile attribute."
> In my opinion, it would be useful to predefine the traditional names
> and Dublin Core.
Predefining the traditional names would be a good idea. As for Dublin
Core, I think they need to publish an XMDP profile.
> In my opinion, marking up names of people and works in the same does
> not fit conventional presentational practice. On the other hand, using
> cite only for source citations causes different titles of works to be
> marked up differently. Using <cite> as a generic "title of work" could
> be marginally useful for styling. Is there any evidence that the way
> <cite> is currently defined is useful for any application?
> I still think <cite> fails the "explaining to mother" test.
Something else to think about: If <cite> is reserved only for source
citations, what markup do we use for generic "title of work"?
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