RE: new feature request

Consider that not all SVG usage is in a ‘web’ space, even if the standard is under W3C.

SVG is a graphic file type and used as a graphic in a host of ‘non web’ domains.  For example, as a possible replacement for other vector diagram formats in industrial/engineering domains – a large set of uses that would NOT be visible to web scans or even surveys.

Thomas Smailus, Ph.D.  P.E.
Boeing Information Technology

From: Jeremie Patonnier []
Sent: Monday, March 16, 2015 3:40
To: ddailey
Cc: Tab Atkins Jr.; Philip Rogers; Dirk Schulze; Smailus, Thomas O; Boris Zbarsky; www-svg
Subject: Re: new feature request

Well, I'm not sure about that. SVG/SMIL beyond the lack of support into browsers as many drawbacks that makes it less appealing to web developers than CSS animation:

Received on Thursday, 19 March 2015 20:43:28 UTC