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Confirm vs Accept #115

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cwebber opened this issue May 26, 2015 · 3 comments
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Confirm vs Accept #115

cwebber opened this issue May 26, 2015 · 3 comments

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@cwebber cwebber commented May 26, 2015

Both the Confirm and Accept vocab seem pretty similar, as you might use them to accept an invitation... the only difference I can think of is "confirmed that your statement is correct" (which is a very different thing from "accepting" an invitation), but the example given is "confirming a reservation", which is very similar to "accept". There might be differences between them but I can't really tell. Thoughts @jasnell?

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@jasnell jasnell commented May 26, 2015

The difference is subtle but important, I think. The real question, however, is whether we need both in the core vocabulary. Confirm can likely be dropped.

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@cwebber cwebber commented May 26, 2015

@jasnell How about adding a "confirm" property to the accept verb? That may have its own issues.

I agree that there is a subtle difference. I'm hold no strong opinion on this one.

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@jasnell jasnell commented May 26, 2015

I'd be happy just to drop Confirm entirely unless our agreed upon user stories depend on it.

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