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Re: Proposal Submission How?

From: Simon Fraser <smfr@me.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2011 10:12:56 -0700
Cc: www-style@w3.org
Message-id: <3A9D259B-2642-402A-B4C8-8FA2CC400B48@me.com>
To: bluecatship@shinyfiction.com
Mail a link to your proposal to this list (preferably with a short summary of the proposal in the email).


On Aug 16, 2011, at 2:00 PM, bluecatship@shinyfiction.com wrote:

> I would like to submit an idea for consideration to be included in a future version of CSS. How and where and to whom or to what working group do I submit an idea, and what format and requirements should be met?
> The idea would be a useful addition to CSS and perhaps SVG, and the core concept might apply for other things within them. It would make code maintenance and usability/readability easier for designers. It's fairly simple and straightforward, and I have a rough draft currently, showing what it is, how it would function, and an example in CSS3 pseudocode. Possibly by CSS4?
> The technical issues of implementing this idea seem, to me as a naive designer rather than an experienced programmer, to be merely in comparing against the given identifier list (supplied by the individual designer per project) and the predefined identifiers.
> The only appropriate places I've found are to comment to this mailing list or the www-svg mailing list, or to join a new community or business group at the W3C.
> Thanks in advance for replies.

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