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Comments for Document: Open Cloud Computing Interface - XHTML5 rendering
Author(s):A. Edmonds, S. Johnston, T. Metsch, G. Mazzaferro
Type:P-REC
Area:Infrastructure
Group:OCCI-WG
Public Comment End:22 Mar, 2010

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Posted by: garymazz 2010-02-15 00:45:06Mapping to HTML tags
The OCCI HTML5 specification calls out the use of XHTML5 tags ,
    , and
      to represent lists of resources. The compliant order and organization of the resources are not clear from the specification. From the language of the specification it appears the mapping of HTML5 tags are a suggestion and not a hard definition. If they are a definition, what are the rules to implement a compliant OCCI/XHTML5 document ?



Posted by: garymazz 2010-02-15 03:03:30Forms POST "action"
Example XHTML in the OCCI XHTML5 specification shows the use of forms to transfer commands and data to the occi host system. The example in the spec, it shows the action as "/myvm". Should the action be one of the CRUD operations ?


Posted by: garymazz 2010-02-15 03:04:00Forms POST "action"
Example XHTML in the OCCI XHTML5 specification shows the use of forms to transfer commands and data to the occi host system. The example in the spec, it shows the action as "/myvm". Should the action be one of the CRUD operations ?


Posted by: garymazz 2010-02-15 03:04:29Sequence and order of OCCI hierarchical meta data in HTML 5 documents
The OCCI specification both infers and calls out specific hierarchical information. However, the order or other organization of occi data is not clearly defined. A clearing mapping is required to generate compliant html5 document.


Posted by: garymazz 2010-02-15 03:05:03Using the tag
The XHTML5 specification does not call out any hard mapping to XHTML tags. Tags
    ,
      and are suggesting in the specification. There are a few XHTML5 tags that can be used to encapsulate the occi data that do not present occi data or metadata as a web page rendering. These tags include
      ,
      and . provides a well known behavior for assigning attributes over a segment of XHTML. Using , it should be possible to include occi data/metadata as RDFa into a structure that does not require visual rendering and preserving a machine readable occi sequence. The RDFa "content" attribute could be used to hold occi data as an attribute in the span tag. All methods below preserve RDFa requirements in the OCCI XHTML5 specification

      Conventional Representation Example:

      My Virtual Machine



      Visible Representation Using Span Example:
      My Virtual Machine

      Hidden Representation Using Span Example:


      Hidden Representation Example:


Posted by: garymazz 2010-02-15 03:06:09Mapping to HTML tags
The OCCI HTML5 specification calls out the use of XHTML5 tags ,
    , and
      to represent lists of resources. The compliant order and organization of the resources are not clear from the specification. From the language of the specification it appears the mapping of HTML5 tags are a suggestion and not a hard definition. If they are a definition, what are the rules to implement a compliant OCCI/XHTML5 document ?



Posted by: garymazz 2010-02-15 03:11:25HTML Tags do not show in comments
HTML Tags referenced in the comment edit box are accepted and renders as HTML code. It is difficult to show html examples as plain text.


Posted by: garymazz 2010-02-15 10:51:09Reccomendation for tha XHTML " attribute
In the OCCI XHTML specification document, it shows the use of the XHTML "alt" attribute as secondary representation when graphic capabilities are not available on the browser. This is a useful practice and should be added to the document text as a recommended practice


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