[whatwg] Web forms 2, input type suggestions
lachlan.hunt at lachy.id.au
Mon Jul 16 02:30:22 PDT 2007
Martin Atkins wrote:
> Lachlan Hunt wrote:
> These are some rather contrived examples.
How can you possibly call them contrived, when they are real world
examples of colour selection applications?
> The first is asking users to select real-world (i.e. paint) colours, while
> this proposal was for screen colours in RGB format. (At least, that was my
> understanding based on the reference to six-digit hex encoding.)
I think it indicates a limitation with the proposed solution, and a
perfect example of why we need to start with *problems* and *use cases*
instead of solutions. We need to devise a solution that fits the use
cases, not reject use cases that don't fit the solution.
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