[rfc-i] Allowing unnumbered t items in a list

Dearlove, Christopher (UK) chris.dearlove at baesystems.com
Tue Dec 17 09:30:10 PST 2013

Probably, but I'd hate to think how much XML would be broken if you changed this.

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[ Quoting <ietf at augustcellars.com> in "[rfc-i] Allowing unnumbered t items..." ]
> I have never been happy with the fact that if I wanted to have 
> multiple paragraphs with a single list bullet, then I needed to use 
> the vspace item to make the separate paragraphs show up.  It makes 
> more sense to me to allow for keeping the structure (i.e. paragraphs) 
> and use decoration to say don't emit a bullet for this item.
> Thus
> <list>
> <t>....</t>
> <t unnumbered="yes">....</t>
> <t>
> </list>

Isn't the core of this particular problem that list items are separated by <t> instead of something like <listitem>.

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