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      Restate the definitions to make clear that the W3C namespace attributes are re-used and not mappings.

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      Restate the definitions to make clear that the W3C namespace attributes are re-used and not mappings.
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      Restate the definitions to make clear that the W3C namespace attributes are re-used and not mappings.

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      Restate the definitions to make clear that the W3C namespace attributes are re-used and not mappings.

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      In the section "5.9.12 Module Attributes" we define both ITSM and ITS
      attributes, but mostly ITS attributes.

      They usually have a definition that starts like this (using taClassRef as an
      example):

      [[
      5.9.12.31 taClassRef

      Text Analysis Class Reference - the taClassRef attribute exactly corresponds to
      the [ITS] defined taClassRef attribute.
      ]]

      The wording "...exactly corresponds to the [ITS] defined taClassRef attribute."
      is, in my view, misleading as it does not state that
      it is the ITS attribute itself. From the text and the lack of namespace
      information, one could think the attribute is to be used
      like this: <mrk id='1' taClassRef ='...'>.

      It seems we should have a definition more like:

      [[
      Text Analysis Class Reference - the ITS taClassRef attribute
      ]]

      With a link to the attribute in the ITS specification.

      I know I have mentioned this for mtConfidence already
      (https://issues.oasis-open.org/browse/XLIFF-36) but I think this is something
      that should be addressed for all ITS attributes.

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            • Assignee:
              DavidFilip David Filip
              Reporter:
              ysavourel Yves Savourel [X] (Inactive)
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