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Re: Limited_Forward_Compatibility

From: Sandro Hawke <sandro@w3.org>
Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2009 14:55:49 -0400
cc: Christian De Sainte Marie <csma@fr.ibm.com>, public-rif-wg@w3.org
Message-ID: <6046.1239562549@ubehebe>

> A quick to-the-point answer (since it's Easter morning)....
> 
> Although I'm not convinced it's a good use of our resources, I'm okay
> with some fallback mechanism being specified AT RISK through the end of
> CR, but I think we should say in the spec that if the fallback
> mechanisms ends up not included, PRD producers will be told they SHOULD
> translate to Core those rulesets which can be translated to core without
> a significant observable change in semantics.  (I'm not sure the best
> way to say that, technically, in out specs, but I hope you know what I
> mean.)

Also, I think it does need to be FPWD before we publish the others at
LCWD, so the reference can be made for conformance (and marked at risk,
etc).  I guess your current wiki page could be made publishable in the
next week.

     -- Sandro
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