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Re: Can a publication change over time?

From: <laurent.lemeur@edrlab.org>
Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2017 23:13:23 +0200
Cc: Hadrien Gardeur <hadrien.gardeur@feedbooks.com>, Benjamin Young <byoung@bigbluehat.com>, Baldur Bjarnason <baldur@rebus.foundation>, W3C Publishing Working Group <public-publ-wg@w3.org>, Garth Conboy <garth@google.com>
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To: Hugh McGuire <hugh@rebus.foundation>
+1 to Hugh. 

The Web is not a CMS but traditional publishers can create a CMS on the Web. 

What I mean is that if a publisher wants to guarantee a 100% controlled environment for its WPs, he just has to keep control on 100% of the resources he is dealing with, i.e. use a CMS to handle its HTML pages, images, CSS  and JS. Nothing really complex indeed. 

We must keep the spec simple if adoption is what we want. The KISS principle is still alive. 

Cordialement, Laurent

> Le 27 juil. 2017 à 22:12, Hugh McGuire <hugh@rebus.foundation> a écrit :
> It might be important for certain applications that a web publication not change, but I don’t think that’s a spec’s concern is it? There are plenty of WP applications that you would expect to change over time, and plenty of WP applications we can’t even imagine yet. 
> My plea would be for us to focus on developing a minimum viable definition/spec … the bare minimum need to say: is this a WP? Yes/no? A WP should be as easy as possible to make a WP.
> And then as publishers need certain functionality, they can build that into their WPs, which can work its way into the spec if enough publishers agree.

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