[MFD] More comments from High North on MFD Model and Common Semantics

[MFD] More comments from High North on MFD Model and Common Semantics

[MFD] More comments from High North on MFD Model and Common Semantics

Ira McDonald blueroofmusic at gmail.com
Sat Mar 5 17:32:57 UTC 2011


Hi,                                              Saturday (5 March 2011)

While checking references in the MFD Model and Common Semantics, Pete
Zehler discovered two orphans (elements w/ no description) that have
been present in all PWG SM objects (top classes) since the WIMS/1.0
Protocol (PWG 5106.2-2006) - mea culpa.

Therefore, High North would like to make this further comment on the MFD
Model and Common Semantics spec.


Table 52 Service Description Elements in section 4.6 should be updated
as follows:

OwnerURI - anyURI - URI [RFC3986] that is an authoritative identifier
(e.g., a 'mailto:' URI) of the authenticated Owner of this Service
instance.  This element MAY usable to deliver notifications to the
Owner.

OwnerVCard - string - A MIME vCard [RFC2426] that contains contact
information (e.g., email, postal, telephone, etc.) for the authenticated
Owner of this Service instance.  This element SHOULD be usable to
deliver notifications (e.g., security alerts) to the Owner.


Cheers,
- Ira

Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
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