[rfc-i] iab-xml2rfc-02: SVG

Doug Royer douglasroyer at gmail.com
Sun Feb 14 11:12:13 PST 2016

Simply because of the usage of the tag <svg> with no qualifiers.

   <svg> By itself means full SVG.

The rfc-svg draft is not ready, its interesting, but not ready for last

Perhaps before the first usage of <svg>, for us learning SVG, a simple
mention of tiny-SVG or a subset of SVG would be used.

After reading iab-xml2rfc, I envisioned full color drafts. Possibly
interactive web pages. A mention of tiny-SVG would have made me look it
up before continuing, or at at least reserved my understand until I read
up on tiny-SVG.

Just my feedback :-)

On 02/13/2016 01:45 PM, Paul Hoffman wrote:
> On 12 Feb 2016, at 10:59, Doug Royer wrote:
>> After reading iab-xml2rfc it gave me the impression that the full SVG
>> (1.1) could be used.
> Can you point out where you got that impression. We should certainly
> make sure that doesn't happen. I ask because we explicitly say "The use
> of SVG in Internet-Drafts and RFCs is covered in much more detail in
> [SVGforRFCs]", which itself is really clear that this is a subset. But
> if there are other places, we can fix that.
> --Paul Hoffman


Doug Royer - (http://DougRoyer.US)
DouglasRoyer at gmail.com

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