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Re: Update on I18n-ISSUE-7: Paragraphs and inline content

From: Richard Ishida <ishida@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 02 Jun 2011 09:22:32 +0100
Message-ID: <4DE74848.7010200@w3.org>
To: Chris Lilley <chris@w3.org>
CC: public-i18n-core@w3.org, www-font@w3.org
The i18n WG is happy with your response to this comment. Thank you.

For the i18n WG,
RI


On 01/06/2011 14:52, Chris Lilley wrote:
> Hello public-i18n-core,
>
> Just to update you on this issue, your proposal to add block-level and
> inline-level attributes was accepted by the WebFonts WG. The elements
> are called 'div' and 'span' respectively, and they have @xml:lang and
> @dir. They use a mixed content model, div can be nested inside div and
> span inside span; div can't be a child of span.
>
> The editors draft has been updated. The RNG is not updated yet but
> will be soon. The text is as follows:
>
>    Where text elements are used to contain (localizable) content,
>    further structure MAY also be provided using div and span child
>    elements similar to those used in HTML:
>
>    div element
>
>      A block-level element used, for example, to contain a paragraph.
>
>      attributes
>
>      dir
>
>      The text direction, either ltr (for "left to right") or rtl (for
>      "right to left"). This attribute is OPTIONAL and, if omitted,
>      defaults to ltr. class	An arbitrary set of space-separated tokens.
>      This attribute is OPTIONAL.
>
>    span element
>
>      An inline element used, for example, to indicate a run of text
>      with a different text direction, or in a different language.
>      attributes
>
>      dir
>
>        The text direction, either ltr (for "left to right") or rtl (for
>        "right to left"). This attribute is OPTIONAL and, if omitted,
>        defaults to ltr.
>
>      class
>
>        An arbitrary set of space-separated tokens. This attribute is
>        OPTIONAL.
>
>    The text elements used to hold (localizable) text for a number of
>    the individual pieces of metadata have a mixed content model
>    consisting of text content, div and span elements; div elements have
>    a mixed content model of text content, div and span elements; and
>    span elements have a mixed content model of text content and span
>    elements. In other words, div can contain other div elements; span
>    can contain other span elements; span does not require a containing
>    div.
>
>    http://dev.w3.org/webfonts/WOFF/spec/#Metadata
>
> It would be great if you could send an email message to www-font
> acknowledging that this responds to your comment (for our last call
> tracking purposes). We are now under some time pressure to close out
> last call.
>

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Richard Ishida
Internationalization Activity Lead
W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)

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Received on Thursday, 2 June 2011 08:22:55 GMT

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