On 7/10/14 12:25 PM, Glenn Adams wrote:
> The language "nuked from orbit soon" and "will be nuked" needs to be
> rewritten. This level of informality is inappropriate for a W3C REC
> track document. Better to say "expect to be deprecated" or similar.
I agree with this proposal (particularly since "nuke" might not
> It is annoying that a search for "Warning!" in the document fails (at
> least on Chrome and Firefox) because it is injected from a content
> style property.
This seems a bit like a personal preference to me. As such, I don't
think it should block the LCWD publication although if Glenn created a
PR that was agreeable to Robin, then I don't see any harm in merging it.
> There remains a normative reference to the WHATWG "URL" specification,
> which needs to be resolved before moving to REC. It would be well
> advised to describe the expected process for doing this in the SoTD
I don't think this point should block publication of a LCWD. (I also
think the reference policy  describes a way to handle this for
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