RE: Output-Example Cocomore



My opinion is, as the ITS 2.0 specification allows the extension, at least itsx namespace nodes would be allowed to appear in the global rules section (<its:rules>).




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De: Karl Fritsche [] 
Enviado el: martes, 14 de mayo de 2013 8:52
Asunto: Re: Output-Example Cocomore


To be honest, I don't care on my side. Its no real problem in my implementation where and how I add this. So Maurcio can decide, how he can parse it the best way.

But I think If we say other elements will be ignored, would be the best, so no problems with other maybe upcoming extensions, standard or similar.




On 13.05.2013 18:59, Yves Savourel wrote:

>> If we doesn't want to spend ages on this we can allow foreign 

>> elements in its:rules and say that thay can be ignored. Nothing more.

> Works for me.


> But Pablo, Mauricio, Karl should have some input too since they need interop.


> -ys






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