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[CSS21] Errata, Major Errors, and Comments

From: Mark Moore <mark.moore@notlimited.com>
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2004 21:05:54 -0700
To: <www-style@w3.org>
Message-Id: <20040703040856.71B64A0567@frink.w3.org>
It's pretty clear from perusing the www-style list that the WG is interested
in closing out the CSS 2.1 effort.  For example, there have been *no*
"[CSS21] response to issue x" postings since before the CR was published,
and there have only been 2 "Re: [CSS21] response to issue x" postings since
that time.  There have only been six comments (marked with the "[CSS21]"
comment marker) since the CR was published, and all six were either shut
down, or not responded to.

 

In the "Candidate Recommendation Exit Criteria" section
(http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/CR-CSS21-20040225), there are five identified
exit criteria.  The second criteria states "A minimum of six months of the
CR period must have elapsed. This is to ensure that enough time is given for
any remaining major errors to be caught."

 

Can the WG clarify what might constitute a "major error"?  Also, if there is
an existing plan for handling any major errors that might be caught, please
describe what you have in mind (or direct me to the existing URI if I missed
it).

 

As far as I can tell, there is nothing that has risen to the level of "major
error" yet.  If I'm mistaken, is there someplace these issues are tracked in
the public forum?  I would suggest posting with a special subject format
(e.g. "[CSS21-Errata] Issue x: Summary of Issue", or more dramatically:
"[CSS21-Major Error] .").
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