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Re: Emphasizing STRIKE

From: gonchuki <gonchuki@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2008 16:29:37 -0200
Message-ID: <8320a9390802071029u140f8bbbl342dce948bcef76a@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Leif Halvard Silli" <lhs@malform.no>
Cc: public-html@w3.org

On Feb 7, 2008 4:02 PM, Leif Halvard Silli <lhs@malform.no> wrote:
> gonchuki 08-02-07 16.27:   
> > On Feb 7, 2008 1:04 PM, Leif Halvard Silli <lhs@malform.no> wrote:
> > >
> > > Chasen Le Hara 08-02-07 07.19:   
> > > > In Bugzilla, a reference to a bug that has been resolved is linked and
> > > > stricken through
> > > I think you have brought up a very good usecase for STRIKE here.  Here
> > > the stricken text represent the very reference to the bug.
> >
> > A resolved bug won't appear in the next release of the "known issues"
> > document, thus it has been actually <del>eted from it, plus, a
> > resolved bug always contains a date and time, fitting perfectly with
> > the datetime attribute from the <del> element.
> >
>
> It seeems as if you are associating freely ;-)
>

I'm just elaborating on your (yet again) vague use case. You must
remember that a bug tracker counts as an open document under constant
edition, and that "final documents" extracted from this "draft" won't
contain even the same wording. An actual valid final document would
have a "Known Issues/Bugs" section PLUS a change log citing solved
bugs. None of these sections would contain either <del>, <ins> nor
<strike> as you are on a final document.

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Gonzalo Rubio
Received on Thursday, 7 February 2008 18:29:48 GMT

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