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Re: CSS2 Progress

From: eva <eva@algonet.se>
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 14:52:58 +0100
To: <www-style@w3.org>
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James Green <jmkgre@essex.ac.uk>
>Hakon Lie <howcome@w3.org> wrote:

>>Participants were eager
>> to see the spec turing into a Proposed Recommendation sooner rather
>> than later. To gain speed, it's likely that some functionality will be
>> cut from CSS2 (multi-column text and headers/footers are cut
>> candidates).

>Going from previous experience, would the 'cutting' of such features be
>wise?
>If you decide to cut bits out, it'll only slow down progress.

I also think that cutting already published specification short just to
speed up the PR filing process is a bad idea. Even more so when a function
to be eliminated was published twice. Participants are always eager to speed
things up - they can afford it. Don't let them stress you.

/e
Received on Monday, 24 November 1997 09:27:56 GMT

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