scott at randomchaos.com
Tue Oct 31 10:13:18 PST 2006
On Oct 31, 2006, at 11:44 AM, Siegfried Gipp wrote:
>>> 1. The link points to a resource which votes for THIS resource or
>>> some form or script or whatever to enable the user to vote for THIS
>>> then the usage of the rev attribute is correct.
>> This is out of scope for vote-links.
> I don't see, why. That's just a matter of definition.
Definition is important. I think there are two distinct ideas here:
1) Page A is a vote for Page B, i.e. a ballot
2) Page A is a place where you can create a vote for Page B, i.e. a
Using the same semantics for both is like saying a ballot and a
polling place are functionally the same thing. Sure, both are part
of voting, but that doesn't make them interchangeable.
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