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Subject: Re: [xri] <Title>

Maybe just pointing people to dublin core would be sufficient? People  
seem to use it enough with HTML.

Also, has anyone noticed that XRD is becoming surprisingly close to a  
collection of XLink simple elements that's actually useful? The only  
other stuff they have is xlink:show, for how to render the link,  
notably useful for embedding; and xlink:actuate, for what sort of  
event activates the link. These would only be useful for embedding XRD  
into rendered documents like HTML or ODF, say in a profile page or  
resume. Totally not today's use cases, but maybe XRD 2.

Also, +1 to xml:lang

On Sep 10, 2009, at 9:09 PM, Eran Hammer-Lahav wrote:

> All the other link structures (header, element) provide a link-level  
> title with language support. Should we add something like that to  
> stay consistent? This is extremely useful in building UI for editing  
> and presenting XRD documents to users, especially in the social  
> space which is an important target for us. This came up in pretty  
> much every place XRDS-Simple was discussed.
> It will look something like this:
> <Title lang='en-us'>A very special link</Title>
> Cardinality is 0 to any. 'lang' is optional and does not have a  
> default value is omitted. It will use a standard languages code spec  
> (whatever is the prevailing reference today).
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