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Re: NEW DRAFT: HTML5-warnings - now with consistent warnings

From: Smylers <Smylers@stripey.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 09:35:56 +0100
To: HTMLWG WG <public-html@w3.org>
Message-ID: <20090814083556.GA4194@stripey.com>
Manu Sporny writes:

> I have updated the HTML5-warnings draft:

> * All language mentioning "controversial" sections has been changed to
>   sections "under active discussion".

> Each warning can be traced to an unresolved tracker issue that is more
> than 4 months old, a perma-thread conversation (more than 100 messages
> long) that is more than 4 months old, ...

Those seem like reasonable indicators of something being under active
discussion, in that once the discussions have ceased being active, and
the working group has reached either consensus or a decision on the
matter, the warning would, by definition, be removed.

> ... or is a clear violation of another Internet standard:

That one doesn't: if the working group reaches consensus to violate a
standard then the item is no longer under active discussion, yet by your
criteria it would still be labelled as such.

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