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[Bug 23589] Endangered Features : output

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Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2013 04:47:37 +0000
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https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=23589

--- Comment #2 from Anthony <crazytonyi@gmail.com> ---
Well, since that is my goal with each of these bugs, definitely. It means we
can remove output from list. I can only hope that getting the other 4-6
features I'm not wanting to see go off the list could be so easy.

I filed a bug because I've checked the draft every few days for over a month
and it hasn't changed. My concern is that if someone doesn't advocate for these
features, the assumption will be that they won't be missed, without a real
check on where the feature is in terms of implementation (obviously if one of
the features became the talk of the town, it would survive, but significant
implementation but still low like a jump from 3 - 10% implementation may not be
taken seriously without a bug or a voice acting as a counter to being on the
list in the first place).

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