Re: Items not listed as "new" in the draft charter

On Mar 23, 2010, at 10:50 , Maciej Stachowiak wrote:
>> WARP is a split from P+C, its ancestor is in the first draft.
> Sounds fine to document it that way, since the precursor is not clear from backtracking through "previous version" links of WARP.

Yeah, the absence of a link is a bug on my part, I'll fix that.

>> The Widget URI scheme was initially intended for P+C (as can be seen from the TBD section in older drafts) but the content wasn't written up before it was branched.
> That sounds like a new document to me. But either way, documenting its origin would be fine.

I think the first trace of it is in After that, people started talking with the TAG I presume (I wasn't in the WG during that period).

>> View modes  were also in the 2008 P+C draft, but either way they probably shouldn't be listed as a widget deliverable considering that they can be used in even broader contexts (as requested by the CSS WG).
> Maybe it should be renamed to not include "Widgets" in the title, and not be identified as a Widgets deliverable. That would be fine by me.

Yes, I believe that might be the plan.

>> Essentially there is nothing new in widgets, the plan is simply to finish the existing ongoing work quickly.
> There is at least the new "Widget Embedding" item in the charter (which is indicated as a new item).

Actually, it's been considered before :)

Robin Berjon -

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