Last Call: Use Cases & Exploratory Approaches for Ruby Markup

The Internationalization Working Group has published a Last Call Working 
Draft of Use Cases & Exploratory Approaches for Ruby Markup[1].

Comments are welcome through 24 September. As this document has already 
been through a review cycle, we are not anticipating major changes to 
arise over the coming two weeks, and hope to move it to publication as a 
WG Note in two to three weeks time. See the status section for 
information about where to send feedback if you have any.

This document aims to support discussion about what is needed in the 
HTML5 specification, and possibly other markup vocabularies, to 
adequately support ruby markup. It looks at a number of use cases 
involving ruby, and how well the following approaches support those use 
cases: the HTML5 model described in the Candidate Recommendation as of 
17 December 2012, the XHTML Ruby Annotation model, and the Ruby 
Extension Specification proposed in February 2013.


Received on Tuesday, 10 September 2013 18:34:56 UTC