Subject: Public Comment
Comment from: email@example.com As a general principle, content in XML documents intended for human consumption should be i18n'izable. That is, where there is some text string that humans will read, there should be a provision for providing multiple versions of it in different languages (each version presumably tagged with a language tag). The FriendlyName attribute (line 1120 in the Core spec) breaks this rule. There should be a way to give multiple FriendlyName values in different languages. This could be done with some sort of extension to Attribute, but this is not allowed. Some sort of alternate mechanism for attaching metadata (like FriendlyName) besides attributes should be defined for Attribute elements.