Message-Id: <199708211320.PAA25151@melimelo.enst-bretagne.fr> From: Aymeric Poulain Maubant <Aymeric.PoulainMaubant@enst-bretagne.fr> To: email@example.com In-reply-to: Your message of "Thu, 21 Aug 1997 00:07:37 BST." <199708202307.AAA09479@imbolc.ucc.ie> Date: Thu, 21 Aug 1997 15:20:20 +0200 Subject: In addition to INS and DEL elements: UPD(ated) In addition to INS, DEL and the hypothetical DATED, can I put back on this list what I posted one month ago ? <> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [HTML 4.0 draft] comments on INS and DEL Date: Thu, 10 Jul 1997 16:51:34 +0200 INS and DEL are very good ideas, indeed. But changes in a document cannot simply mean inserting or deleting text. What about a UPD (for update) element with the same semantics than INS and DEL ? UPD would indicates sections of text which were not totally inserted nor deleted ; in a word, simply updated. And updated for numerous possible reasons, such as spelling, formatting, physical (style sheet :) ) rendering, shortening, translating a.s.o. </> Two companions now for INS and DEL : DATED and UPD (or UPDATE or whatever). Ay.