Re: [VCARDDAV] ietf78 Maastricht meeting notes

Marc Blanchet <marc.blanchet@viagenie.ca> Wed, 28 July 2010 14:41 UTC

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Le 10-07-28 15:11, Cyrus Daboo a écrit :
> Hi Marc,
>
> --On July 28, 2010 12:22:33 PM +0200 Marc Blanchet
> <marc.blanchet@viagenie.ca> wrote:
>
>> - PID and LANGUAGE parameter:
>> Proposal - put the "language grouping" inside the LANGUAGE parameter
>> value rather than overload the PID. Make cardinality independent of PID.
>> Concensus in the room to implement the proposal.
>
> So Simon, Joe and I had a further discussion about this over lunch. We
> came to the conclusion that including the grouping information in the
> LANGUAGE parameter value would not be ideal. Instead we agreed that a
> separate parameter would be better. Rationale included:
>
> 1) Allowing for properties to varying based on other options (e.g. have
> plain text and rich text variants, different image or audio formats etc).
>
> 2) Putting the grouping in the parameter value would make it much harder
> to filter/search for properties based on language alone. The expressions
> needed to search the value might not be simple comparison or starts-with
> type operations.
>

I agree. if the language parameter remains the usual one which contains 
en,fr,... , then it is atomic to its semantics.

Marc.

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