Re: i18n WG position on Issue-172 "restore <rb> as an optional element"

Richard, Chairs and working group,

in light of this an other information, I withdraw my CP for the 
inclusion of the <rb> element. 

Leif Halvard Silli

Richard Ishida, Thu, 09 Feb 2012 22:15:36 +0000:
> The Internationalization Working Group is aware that the call for Change
> Proposals for Issue-172 "restore <rb> as an optional element" [1] will
> close on 11th February.
> Discussions have been taking place about how best to move forward with
> regards to ruby in html5, but more time is needed to finalize those
> discussions so that a widely acceptable recommendation can be made as to
> how to proceed.
> The Internationalization Working Group will therefore not formally 
> pursue the issue further at this time. In particular, the 
> Internationalization Working Group will not submit or endorse any 
> change proposal for issue-172 at this time, and asks that other 
> interested parties consider not pursuing this issue further at this 
> time, so that this issue can be closed without prejudice for now and 
> re-opened later if necessary.
> The Internationalization Working Group absolutely remains committed 
> to working further, together with vendor representatives and other 
> interested parties, to get agreement about out how <ruby>, including 
> <rb>, should be implemented, and is taking steps to move that forward.
> -- 
> Richard Ishida
> Internationalization Activity Lead
> W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)

Received on Thursday, 9 February 2012 22:51:25 UTC