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Re: Draft JSON specification, round 2

On 20 April 2017 at 03:35, James Hester <jamesrhester@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Come to think of it, all upper case keys could be non-cif keys since we>> specify all lower case for CIF keys. Are data names case sensitive? Thus,>> this could be>>>> META_DATA>>>> perhaps?>>>>> Ooh, nifty idea. Loosely speaking, datablock names are caseless (may not> canonically caseless match in Unicode speak) so we could stipulate that all> datablock names are lower case (or the Unicode equivalent).  Let's see what> the rest of developers here think about this.
I also like the idea of having all the keys lowercase in JSON.It will loose some (not essential) information, but having easy andfast access to blocks/frames/items is a huge advantage.
(though I'd rather write it as METADATA without _)
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