Add an event fired when an animation is removed before it completes.
As resolved at the 2011 TPAC.
Open questions - what should be the target if the animation is cancelled because the element was removed? Should it fire on the nearest parent? Should it not fire at all?
resolution : fire the event on the element, even if it's has been removed.
*** Bug 15839 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
The group resolved to postpone this to the next level per minutes at http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-style/2012Mar/0655.html . (What does that mean we should do in Bugzilla?)
We could move to RESOLVED/LATER, or we could request that relevant Target Milestones be added to Bugzilla.
FWIW, the HTML editor uses RESOLVED/LATER as Simon suggests.
WG decision: address in Level 4 of the specification.