Re: Increasing the gap between web and publishing or unifying them?

I agree strongly.  The success of EPUB3 *AND* CSS vertical writing would
not have been possible without active participation in both directions.


2017-06-08 14:18 GMT+09:00 Florian Rivoal <>:

> On Jun 8, 2017, at 09:49, MURATA Makoto <> wrote:
> First, we  should provide a detailed prioritized requirement list
> and request the CSS WG to address them.
> I would like to add one thing to this. We (as the publishing community)
> should not *just* request the CSS WG to address them. We should join the
> CSS WG and be part of the team addressing it.
> The CSS WG is not a "them" to which we should make requests and then wait
> for solutions.
> The CSS WG (like all other WGs in the W3C) is a place for us to work with
> others to solve our common problems.
> Dave Cramer's experience in that regards is something to learn from (Dave,
> correct me if I'm off). I think his proactive actions in the CSS WG have
> accomplished much more than what the CSS WG would have done if it had only
> been told about uses cases and requirements without having anyone to
> actually drive the features AND it has accomplished more than what Dave
> could have done in isolation from the CSS WG.
> —Florian


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