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RE: The HTML q element can sometimes be useful. Discuss.

From: Tex Texin <textexin@xencraft.com>
Date: Sat, 30 Apr 2016 03:01:12 -0700
To: "'Ivan Herman'" <ivan@w3.org>
Cc: "'Richard Ishida'" <ishida@w3.org>, "'W3C Digital Publishing IG'" <public-digipub-ig@w3.org>, "'www International'" <www-international@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000901d1a2c7$3ad78710$b0869530$@xencraft.com>
Thanks for this Ivan. Yes, if there is some set up that would allow an email reply to be included in github that would be great. I replied to a couple messages and they weren't included. I ended up pasting them in to Github after the fact. Maybe it depends on whether or how you are subscribed or ask for notifications or some such...
If I am the only one with this problem, we can take it off list and I will try to sort it out.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ivan Herman [mailto:ivan@w3.org] 
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2016 11:55 PM
To: Tex Texin
Cc: Richard Ishida; W3C Digital Publishing IG; www International
Subject: Re: The HTML q element can sometimes be useful. Discuss.


> On 30 Apr 2016, at 00:03, Tex Texin <textexin@xencraft.com> wrote:
> The move to github may solve one problem but seems to cause others.
> Replies to the mail from github don't seem to go to github. Is there an easy way to forward replies to github?

I would have to see if there is a specific setup for this (I do not think so; maybe somebody on the list does), but I routinely use the mail reply to add a comment to github. Actually, I believe I use mostly my email client for this rather than the web site…


> Also, github doesn’t maintain the threading as email does. In serializing the responses, it isn’t clear (as far as I can tell) which comment a reply refers to.
> It isn’t clear to me either how much of the original mail I should cut and paste into a reply, and as the formatting is changed, it loses some of the indications of who said what.
> I am sure it is my lack of familiarity with using github lists. What are the guidelines or etiquette for this?
> And if I have to go to the github web site to make a reply that is a needless hassle obviating the benefits have a mail client.
> tex
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ishida@w3.org [mailto:ishida@w3.org]
> Sent: Friday, April 29, 2016 8:18 AM
> To: W3C Digital Publishing IG; www International
> Subject: Re: The HTML q element can sometimes be useful. Discuss.
> Importance: High
> On 26/04/2016 17:20, ishida@w3.org wrote:
>> I figured it would be good to start a thread where we can address the 
>> wider questions that kept popping up on the other thread that was 
>> focused on the styling in the HTML5 rendering section.
> This thread includes participants on two lists, but recently a subthread developed on just one of those lists. To avoid this happening again, and to take advantage of other potential benefits, several people have suggested moving the thread to a github issue.
> I have now done that. See
> https://github.com/w3c/i18n-discuss/issues/1
> From this point on, *please do not continue the thread by email. Use 
> the gtihub issue instead.*
> The second comment in the issue contains a link to a page that contains all previous emails (including the divergent subthread) in flattened form, which should make it easy to reconstruct the thread from the beginning, and for those who missed the subthread to catch up on those comments.
> thanks,
> ri

Ivan Herman, W3C
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