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Re: [csswg-drafts] [web-animations-2] Iteration delay (#4459)

From: verbessern via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2019 08:32:27 +0000
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I think that the animation authors, will mostly create simple animations (work with single effects, not with the time line inheritance), and will benefit from the feature. And for the upgrade path, I think that the specifications must embrace the "proper way to do it" not the "current way to do it", which are not always the same. When a group of developers, regardless how skilled and with good intentions, missed in some code base some feature, or created improper one, that must not affect the whole world for years to come. The effort needed to upgrading some existing code base, is far less, then the effort put into the code bases that will be created subsequently to reflect the standard plus the uncountable use cases that will be developed. To the question "Is that feature useful?", I vote "yes", because its existence reflects the logic in my previous comment.

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