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rsewikiadmin Note: items deleted from the list were overtaken by events and are no longer a problem
design:html-requirements [2014/09/17 07:28] (current)
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 > these ids).  > these ids). 
  
-  * +  * Mention of non-div tags should be removed
  
 ====Other open issues==== ====Other open issues====
 > What prefixes to use for autogenerated tags? > What prefixes to use for autogenerated tags?
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 +  * Heather to just pick something
  
 > Should an RFC style document encourage authors to use common tags for > Should an RFC style document encourage authors to use common tags for
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 > help solve for the problem of intuitive pointers to common sections in  > help solve for the problem of intuitive pointers to common sections in 
 > RFCs?  > RFCs? 
-(so farDesign Team has had one yes, one no)+ 
 +  * How to write software that identifies security considerations? ​ The IESG should have an opinion here.  RFC Editor can recommendbut the IESG is the one that would require. ​  
 +  * The only mandatory tag right now is for abstract. ​  
 +  * We can have two lists: one for mandatoryand one for suggested. ​    
 +  * Or maybe just make mandatory and see who complains. ​  
 +  * Paul to add something here in XML draft. ​ We’ll look at the name.
  
 > What reference to use (if any) for HTML5? > What reference to use (if any) for HTML5?
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 +  * leave that up to the RFC Editor what we’re currently tracking, similar to browsers. ​ The HTML5 people won’t use version numbers going forward.
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 > Where is the line between indicating what the XML should do within the HTML > Where is the line between indicating what the XML should do within the HTML
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 > just information for the XML draft? > just information for the XML draft?
  
-> Should the HTML tags in the Appendixes stay (and get cleaned up) or be removed?+  * Joe and Paul to review
  
 > >
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 > draft be changed from "<​div id='​abstract'>"​ to "<​div class='​abstract'>"​ and  > draft be changed from "<​div id='​abstract'>"​ to "<​div class='​abstract'>"​ and 
 > that we specify classes for all sections that seem to have special meanings. > that we specify classes for all sections that seem to have special meanings.
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 +  * Joe might have a counter proposal; the one Paul has is a starting place that might work as well
 +  * will have more info to make a decision after the id section is done
  
 > It's not clear what "same logic" in "​Paragraphs are wrapped in <​div>​s using  > It's not clear what "same logic" in "​Paragraphs are wrapped in <​div>​s using 
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 > attributes get placed, or something else?  > attributes get placed, or something else? 
  
 +  * Joe to to review
  
 > The document says "​Additionally,​ anchors expressed in the source XML should ​ > The document says "​Additionally,​ anchors expressed in the source XML should ​
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 > specifically in terms of input and output? ​ > specifically in terms of input and output? ​
  
 +  * Joe and Paul to review
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