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Specification deliverables for FX Task Force work on 2D/3D Transforms

From: Anthony Grasso <anthony.grasso@cisra.canon.com.au>
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 14:26:51 +1100
Message-ID: <4B85EDFB.9010205@cisra.canon.com.au>
To: public-fx@w3.org
Hi WGs,

Before any specification collaboration on Transforms can be fully underway the 
deliverables for the Task Force must be defined.

Given that the specifications are still under development, there are a number of 
options here.

  - A combined effort, where both working groups work on a single specification 
for each technology (i.e. a single specification for 2D Transforms and a single 
specification for 3D Transforms).

  - A split effort, where both working groups have their respective 
specifications that overlap or share common areas in terms of behaviour and 
wording for each technology (i.e. similar to the current situation).

  - Combined and split efforts, where both working groups maintain their 
respective specifications and also work on a combined specification.

While deciding on what the deliverables should be, we should take into account 
that CSS is applicable to SVG and HTML and that SVG may also be applicable HTML 
in the future in certain cases. Either the first or second option might be the 
way to go. That said, I have no strong opinion as long as we can justify the 
option we decide to take.

We should discuss this at the next XF Task Force telephone conference.


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