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Suggestions for change?

From: Nick Taylor <NTaylor@cch.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 09:04:15 +0100
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To: <www-xsl-fo@w3.org>

Purely out of interest...

Are there any public resources listing suggestions for possible XSL-FO Recommendation changes? I don't see anything with regard to a new version of the Recommendation being in the pipeline, but I'm wondering if the W3C envisages this at some point?

[I appreciate that it may be early days to be thinking about this, seeing as no rendering tool yet claims complete 100% conformance, but one thing I've noticed is the recurrence of similar types of extensions (e.g. PDF bookmarks, which (although apparently output-format-specific) appears in FOP, RenderX and Antenna's offerings). How and when might there be a push for such things to go into a new Recommendation to encourage portability of XSL-FO output, etc.]

Regards,

Nick Taylor



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