Well reasoned - I agree.
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On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 12:57 PM, Zehler, Peter <Peter.Zehler at xerox.com>wrote:
>>>> Now that I’ve had a chance to read RFC5870 I am in favor of dropping our
> complex type and defining ServiceGeoLocation as a URI that adheres to
> RFC5870. There are a number of reasons but primarily:
>> 1) The RFC is published and can be normatively referenced right now
>> 2) The default, and only defined, Coordinate Reference System is
>> 3) The geo uri supplies longitude, latitude in decimal degrees and
> altitude in meters in the wgs84 reference model
>> 4) The geo uri scheme does support an optional uncertainty parameter
> to cover a margin of error for the location in meters
>>>> Unless there is an objection I plan to make the change for the soon to be
> released named version of the PWG MFD Model XML Schema. I plan to put this
> out later this week.
>>>>>> Peter Zehler
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