Re: Fwd: Re: SVG 1.0 and SMIL Animation are now Proposed Recomendation

* Jon Ferraiolo wrote:
>This item admits there is a problem but doesn't say when the problem will 
>be addressed. In fact, the W3C has yet to change their publication rules to 
>address item 13:

Well, take a look at e.g. XHTML 1.1 or XHTML Basic 1.0 or XHTML
Modularization, they include a W3C-REC.css file and link to that file.
That's however the HTML WG...

>I agree with your sentiment. In order to work with the SVG spec locally 
>when I'm offline, I sometimes have to run a script to change all of the 
>absolute URLs to locally stored copies of the referenced files. I agree the 
>W3C needs to reconsider their approach, but personally I don't have the 
>energy to fight this particular battle.

Tell me with whom to "fight" and I'll try that :-)
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Received on Tuesday, 24 July 2001 13:34:47 UTC