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Re: [CSSWG] Minutes F2F 2009-06-03 Part III: Multi-col, Abandoned Drafts, Splitting border-image

From: Tab Atkins Jr. <jackalmage@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 09:42:54 -0500
Message-ID: <dd0fbad0906170742o55ae1a38ra7b4b99bf1fa7609@mail.gmail.com>
To: fantasai <fantasai.lists@inkedblade.net>
Cc: www-style@w3.org
On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 1:31 AM, fantasai<fantasai.lists@inkedblade.net> wrote:
> Abandoned Working Drafts
> ------------------------
> Scribe: alexmog
>  discussing mathml
>  RESOLVED: css math -- dropped
>  anne: what does dropping mean?
>  daniel: another group takes over
>  CSS style Attribute syntax 3
>  chris: scoping is still needed?
>  discusing scope, how it is related to HTML5
>  anne: HTML5 allows more, media independent style sheets, etc.
>  david: suggest dropping this spec but publish what needs to be
>         specified elsewhere
>  RESOLVED: drop "style attribute syntax" spec
>  RESOLVED: keep "style attribute syntax" spec, remove extensions,
>            only keep current syntax
>  ACTION: fantasai: edit "style attribute syntax" to constrain to current
> syntax
>  CSS Hyperlink Presentation Module
>  daniel: reason for the spec is to allow to overide link behavior
>          from user style sheet
>  the behavior is now available via DOM
>  browser vendors don't express interest in implementing it
>  RESOLVED: drop Hyperlink Presentation module
>  CSS Web Fonts Level 3
>  merged with CSS3 Fonts -- links should be redirected to the merged spec
>  CSS Introduction
>  RESOLVED: snapshot will override; when snapshot is published,
>            introduction link will point to the snapshot
>  CSS Reader Media type
>  already dropped, should not be in current work
>  RESOLVED: publish a note on not working on CSS Reader Media Type
>  CSS OM View
>  Anne is working on the spec, it is meant to obsolete DOM spec
>  status -- in WD for over the year
>  anne: time to publish a new WD
>  RESOLVED: publish a new working draft on CSS OM View
>  anne: have requests for support of 3D transforms
>  RESOLVED: Aural stylesheets - dropped
>  CSS Lists
>  fantasai: should not be dropped
>  CSS Scoping
>  daniel is the editor
>  daniel: the idea was to suggest a way to scope stylesheets to an
>          element; HTML5 has scoping support, this spec is not needed
>  RESOLVED: CSS Scoping is droppped
>  CSS Ruby
>  IE has partial implementation
>  ACTION: Arron to send a list of CSS Ruby properties supported by IE8
>  RESOLVED: Ruby spec is on hold until an editor is found
>  CSS Object Model
>  no working draft yet
>  anne: huge project, no time currently
>  RESOLVED: CSS Object Model -- not dropped, abandoned for the time being
>  CSS Presentation Levels
>  Hakon: let's drop it. it's going nowhere.
>  RESOLVED: CSS Presentation Level -- not being worked on for undetermined
> time
>  discuss the difference between dropped, abandoned and on hold
>  discussing keeping documents on low-priority, off-charter list vs.
>    completely removing documents and saying we are not working on it any
> more
>  RESOLVED: CSS Presentation Level -- discontinue, publish a note
>            that contains the whole content of current document

I'm happy with the decisions on these modules.  I sort of liked
presentation levels, but don't have a problem with removing it - it
seems like it was adding significant behavior to CSS, which can be
handled better in JS.

Received on Wednesday, 17 June 2009 14:43:45 UTC

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