Re: [VCARDDAV] Review of draft-fukuda-vcarddav-phonetic-transcription-00.txt

Teiichiro Fukuda <te-fukuda@kddi-tech.com> Thu, 12 September 2013 06:13 UTC

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Simon Perreault <simon.perreault <at> viagenie.ca> writes:

> Here's some feedback:
> 
> - Why not define a parameter that applies to any (or most) property?
> 
> - Instead of two properties, why not use a single parameter with a list
> value? The list would contain as many elements as the associated
> property has components.
> 
> Basically, I'm thinking that using the same grammar as SORT-AS would be
> better. You just need to define new semantics.
> 
> - In your examples you show three instances of the same property, one in
> phonetic, one in katakana, and one in hiragana. How is the user-agent
> supposed to know which one is which? Shouldn't the LANGUAGE parameter be
> used to be able to distinguish?

Thank you for feedback.

I add LANGUAGE parameter and reflect comments of the feedback.

Thanks,

Teiichiro Fukuda