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From "Schlierf, Stephan" <Stephan.Schli...@VSA.de>
Subject AW: Preparing DTD changes (was: Re: Steven's Terrible Commit (Re: cvs commit: xml-forrest/src/resources/schema/dtd document-v11.mod))
Date Tue, 25 Mar 2003 07:43:46 GMT
Just an idea:

How about <p></p> and <ol></ol> and <ul></ul> in tables
- I mean, table
cells of course ?
Would be very nice ...

Stephan

> On 21/03/2003 16:53 Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:
> 
>  > Here's the list I'd like to see Steven commit ;-)
> 
> Let me see...
> 
>  >    -------------------------------------------
>  >      -> means make the change
>  >      nothing means it's already the same
>  >      X means let's change later
>  >      ? means ok id done now or later
>  >    -------------------------------------------
>  >
>  >   '-----------------'---------------------------------------'
>  >   |  XHTML2 WD2     |       current document11 DTD          |
>  >   '-----------------'---------------------------------------'
>  >  *XHTML  Structure Module*
>  >
>  > X    html              document
>  > ->   head              header
> 
> Any reason?
> 
>  >      title             title
>  >      body              body
>  >
>  >
>  >   *XHTML Text Module*
>  >
>  > ?     abbr              * (requested by users via dictionary links)
> 
> OK.
> 
>  >       acronym          acronym
>  > ?     address           * (requested by users)
>  > ?     blockquote        *
>  > ?     cite              *
> 
> 4 * OK
> 
>  >       br  (deprecated)  br
>  >       code              code
>  > ?     dfn               * (requested by users via dictionary links)
>  > X     div               footer, legal  (requested by skinners)
> 
> We have sections already... where should they be 'hung up'? At the 
> block-level (paras, lists, etc)
> 
>  >       em                em
>  > X     h                 title
> 
> Nope, please not.
> 
>  > ?     kbd               * (needed, currently we misuse "code" instead)
> 
> OK - although I would support them both...?
> 
>  > X     line              br
>  >       p                 p
>  > X     |                 fixme   (with class attribute)
>  > X     |                 note    (with class attribute)
>  > X     |                 warning (with class attribute)
> 
> What do we do here? I like these.
> 
>  > ->    pre               source
> 
> Hm...
> 
>  > ?     quote             *
> 
> You want quote or blockquote? How about cite?
> 
>  > ?     samp              * (needed, currently we misuse "source"
> instead)
>  >       section           section
>  > X     span              *  (requested by skinners)
> 
> And pass-through
> 
>  >       strong            strong
>  > ?     var               * (needed, currently we misuse "code" instead)
> 
> OK.
> 
>  >    *XHTML Hypertext Module*
>  >
>  > ->     a                 link (already decided to reduce)
>  > ->     |                 jump (already decided to reduce)
>  > ->     |                 fork (already decided to reduce)
>  > ->     |                 anchor
> 
> Yep, will do some clean-up.
> 
>  >   * XHTML List Module*
>  >
>  >      dl                dl
>  >      dt                dt
>  >      dd                dd
>  > X     nl                * (makes multilinks possible, very cool)
>  > X     name              * (part of nl spec)
>  >      ol                ol
>  >      ul                ul
>  >      li                li
>  >
>  >
>  >    *XHTML Linking Module*
>  >
>  >      link element      book.xml
>  >
>  >      Metainformation Module
>  >
>  > ->      meta             abstract (never used)
>  > ->      |                authors
>  > ->      |                person
>  > ->      |                subtitle (never used)
>  > ->      |                type     (never used)
>  > ->      |                version
>  > ->      |                notice   (never used)
> 
> Please clarify (I used abtract, subtitle, and notice in some docs
> already).
> 
>  >     *XHTML Object Module*
>  >
>  > X      object           img
>  > X      |                icon   (never used)
>  > X      |                figure (never used)
> 
> I've been using figure already, and most of us did, I assume...
> 
>  >   *XHTML Presentation Module*
>  >
>  > X     hr               *
>  >       sub              sub
>  >       sup              sup
>  >
>  > Easy to add.
> 
> Yep.
> 
>  >    *XHTML Tables Module*
>  >
>  >      caption           caption
>  >      table             table
>  > ->   tbody             *
>  >      td                td
>  >      th                th
>  > ->   thead             * (needed, currently misusing caption)
>  > ->   tfoot             * (needed, currently misusing other tags)
>  >      tr                tr
> 
> Also OK.
> 
> Other comments?
> 
> </Steven>
> -- 
> Steven Noels                            http://outerthought.org/
> Outerthought - Open Source, Java & XML Competence Support Center
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