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RE: <timesheets>separating svg data from presentation

From: Mjumbe Ukweli <mjumbewu@hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 15:00:44 -0400
To: www-svg@w3.org
Message-ID: <F259TvKRNZSPGNkY5Te00003f4e@hotmail.com>
i'm kind of confused about these "timesheet" things too.  what exactly would 
be on them?  would they be something like SMIL?  please excuse my ignorance 
on the subject.  whatever they are though they certainly sound intriguing.

><Patrick>
>On a related note, in the world of timing and animation, some of us are
>discussing the development of "timesheets", which would pull all timing
>(and perhaps animation) out of the document that declares content. Since
>timing and animation often operate on and interact with styling, we
>separate timing from styling.
></Patrick>
>
>I "timesheets" is a great idea.....seperates content from presentation.
>That's if you consider time to be something separate from content...
>I think the Lorenz transformation equations and Einstien have something
>to say about this :-)
>
>just to make sure we are thinking the same thing....you mean like 
>stylesheets.....except
>instead of style properties....timing
>
>the name "timesheets" is good......
>Robert A. DiBlasi

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