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Re: Removal of other semantic elements

From: Maciej Stachowiak <mjs@apple.com>
Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2010 10:45:31 -0700
Cc: 'Shelley Powers' <shelley.just@gmail.com>, 'HTMLWG WG' <public-html@w3.org>, www-style@w3.org, schepers@w3.org
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To: John Foliot <jfoliot@stanford.edu>

On Apr 5, 2010, at 10:37 AM, John Foliot wrote:

> Shelley Powers wrote:
>> But if you don't like my change proposals, I would enjoy reading your
>> counter proposals.
> Requesting a point of clarification from the Chairs:
> Recently, Shelley put forth a number of Change Proposals that seeks to
> remove semantic elements from the Draft Specification of HTML5. In the
> ensuing dialog around these proposals, Shelley indicates that those  
> that
> disagree with her proposals should (Must? May?) put forth alternative
> proposals, or counter proposals.
> My question to the chairs is: if I am personally satisfied that the
> current Draft is fine as written, am I obliged or recommended to put  
> forth
> either a counter-proposal or alternate change proposal (which would  
> read -
> don't change)? I fundamentally disagree with Shelley's proposals,
> reasoning and rationale, and would like to know specifically how to
> respond - if indeed any further response is appropriate. To date, I  
> have
> indicated my disagreement via the HTML WG Mailing List, as well as  
> other
> fora outside of the HTML WG
> (http://www.brucelawson.co.uk/2010/html5-details-element-built-in-and-bolt
> -on-accessibility/), however if there is a more formal requirement  
> needed
> to counter these proposals I would very much like to be aware of it.

The Chairs have not yet decided what action to take next on these  
issues. No one is obligated to create a counter-proposal until and  
unless we issue a call for counter-proposals. Right now, the  
appropriate way to express your support and opposition to these Change  
Proposals is discussion on the mailing list, assuming there are still  
new points to be made.

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