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Expected value of accessModeSufficient should be ItemList #2040

mattgarrish opened this issue Aug 17, 2018 · 4 comments


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commented Aug 17, 2018

As discussed in #1100, accessModeSufficient should expect one or more "ItemList" but it ended up with "Text" in the final release.

Also, as noted in #1100 (comment), the first example should be corrected to use ItemList.

Web publications is looking to implement the property according to the incorrect text value expectation: w3c/wpub#300

/cc @madeleinerothberg @clapierre @avneeshsingh


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commented Aug 17, 2018

I know that @danbri helped a lot with the AccessModeSufficient when we were working on how to do multiple ItemLists in the various RDFa / JSON implementation examples, I would like to know what happened is it just an example that was incorrectly added and missed? Or if there was something fundamentally wrong with our implementation.


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commented Aug 17, 2018

I suspect these were just oversights. We were busy working on EPUB's implementation, where we knew we had to convert to strings for the package document, and probably missed these last two tweaks.

Hopefully these are just straight-ahead bug fixes, but welcome the input if not.


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commented Aug 18, 2018

We were racing to complete this work before combination of IDPF. I think this resulted in such a situation.
I also think that we mainly need to update the examples.

It would be important to have inputs of @madeleinerothberg
She was a key driver of this work.


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commented Aug 20, 2018

Yes, where markup allows, AccessModeSufficient should accept one or more ItemLists so that each combination of modes (which represent a single usage style) are bound to each other, and more than one distinct usage style can be documented.

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