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Re: I'd like to know what is happening to SMIL Timesheets...

From: Petri Vuorimaa <petri.vuorimaa@tkk.fi>
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2009 17:17:55 +0300
Cc: www-smil@w3.org
Message-Id: <9DB58013-BAFA-4CD7-902D-96B92A5CCC6C@tkk.fi>
To: Philip Fennell <Philip.Fennell@bbc.co.uk>
Dear Philip,

Thank you for your email. Currently, the SMIL Timesheets is on hold.  
We are waiting for implementations and use cases, before we try to  
reach the W3C Recommendation status. We want to see both  
implementations and use cases to be sure that the specification meets  
requirements of both implementators and developers. Actually, we have  
already at least three implementations, and thus we are now focusing  
more on use cases. Therefore, it would be very interesting to hear  
more about your use case.


Petri Vuorimaa
Helsinki University of Technology

On 23.4.2009, at 14:33, Philip Fennell wrote:

> Hello,
> The other day I had an idea for an interesting use-case for SMIL
> Timesheets, but before I go shooting my mouth-off about the idea, I  
> was
> wondering what progress is being made with regard to the 'Working
> Draft'.
> Any thoughts, feedback or genral comments would be much appreciated  
> as I
> hope to be publishing a blog entry about it at O'Reilly in the next
> couple of days.
> Regards
> Philip Fennell
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