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Re: Rough first draft of Level 0

From: <jeanfrancois.moy@orange.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2012 17:57:41 +0200
Message-ID: <F45661E8FBC74F4EB7E1E0386B562A75011608F5@ftrdmel0.rd.francetelecom.fr>
To: <robin@berjon.com>
Cc: <public-coremob@w3.org>
Hello Robin,

I have a few points I would like to comment before forking the repository and propose changes:

*	Codecs are evil but I think their support must be mentioned. It is good as a developer to be sure that the video/audio format you use is going to be widely supported. We have seen with the recent experience of Mozilla and Firefox Mobile that they have been pushed to announce a future support of H264.
*	Quite surprised to see some platform specific meta tags in the level 0 as the introduction states that the document is not platform centric, but web centric. Also, I agree that these tags are useful and I would welcome their inclusion in other platforms but ring 0 is supposed to be the current state. Would not it be more coherent to put them in the ring 1 if we decided to include them?

Thank you very much,


	Robin Berjon <mailto:robin@berjon.com> 
	28 March 2012 15:57
	Dear all,
	please find the (very) rough draft of "Core Mobile Web Platform  Level 0" at the following URL:
	A lot of it is still in flux, notably we need to check that some of those features are really at level 0 and not 1. Also, a number of things that should be in there are missing (notably details about what to support from HTML for instance, or some parts of CSS modules).
	As you can see there are a bunch of issues. You are invited to voice your opinion on those here (and, of course, on any other feedback you may have). Please read the "Philosophy" section before commenting on any of the rest, it's not meant to be fluff. I haven't had time to update the references DB with all the missing references as well as to update the out of date links that it has.
	If you feel like getting your hands dirty, the repository is at:
	So go ahead, fork, and make pull requests. It is important to note that the branch in which the real stuff happens is gh-pages (*not* master).
	Share and enjoy!

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