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WatchAction example in HTML/Microdata/RDFa #570

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@danbri: I’m not sure about the process here … should I create an issue for reviewing/discussing the markup for examples, or is the comment function here in the pull request sufficient?

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@danbri: I’m not sure about the process here … should I create an issue for reviewing/discussing the markup for examples, or is the comment function here in the pull request sufficient?

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I think in general it is better to make sure each Pull Request addresses a separate real issue, otherwise we have tended to get solutions to under-documented problems. But in this case it looks like progress, I think fine to merge it in... cheers:)

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danbri commented Jun 8, 2015

I think in general it is better to make sure each Pull Request addresses a separate real issue, otherwise we have tended to get solutions to under-documented problems. But in this case it looks like progress, I think fine to merge it in... cheers:)

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Merge pull request #570 from unor/potentialAction-examples
WatchAction example in HTML/Microdata/RDFa

@danbri danbri merged commit c3d006c into schemaorg:sdo-ganymede Jun 8, 2015

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