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Resolutions 2007-09 Beijing Part I: CSS2.1…
Resolutions 2007-09 Beijing Part I: CSS2.1 and CSS Validator
The CSS Working Group has about three face-to-face meetings a year. This September we had one in Beijing. Since our face-to-face meetings are approximately 24 hours of solid discussion (split across three days), I’m going to break the resolutions reports up by topic.
- Tentative Resolution: In CSS2.1 section 8.3.1 bullet 6 subbullet 2, change “non-zero top border” to “non-zero bottom border” pending Hixie’s ok. Recorded as issue #6.
- We already have agreement on the test format.
- HP has started contributing tests.
- Microsoft wants to contribute tests, but is stuck waiting for the lawyers.
- The test suite would benefit from a way for anyone to run tests and contribute to their browser’s pass-fail report.
- For testing open-ended multi-value properties, what should be the testing limit? Settled on test author assuming “reasonable” limit, documenting that the tests assume a “reasonable” limit, and suggesting that the specific assumption used in a test can be put in the test assertion.
- Validator should emit warnings, not errors, for profile mismatches.
- (again) The default for validation should be all the properties that are in a draft the WG considers stable. Users may ask for a specific profile to be used instead.
- The validator should not offer a CSS2 profile. Features in CSS2 that are not in CSS2.1 can be validated against the default profile, just as if they were in a CR-level draft.
- The validator should no longer offer a CSS1 profile.
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