[whatwg] Issues relating to the syntax of dates and times
Calogero Alex Baldacchino
alex.baldacchino at email.it
Tue Nov 25 14:28:58 PST 2008
Ian Hickson ha scritto:
> On Tue, 25 Nov 2008, Calogero Alex Baldacchino wrote:
>> In other words, the normative section of the spec will be as generic as
>> possible, while a non-normative section will cover a bounch of use cases
>> and examples, without pretending to be exahustive with regard to all
>> possible use cases. Am I wrong?
> The examples in the spec are already in the spec in their expected final
> location, so you can pretty much see what we intend to do by looking at
> the spec today.
> There will be more examples in time, but that's the only real planned
> difference of relevance here.
But an example is just that, an explanation on a specification rule
which adds nothing to its generic formulation but a clarification,
without covering all possible scenarios, but only the more relevant for
clarification sake, and might be labeled as non-normative. This is what
I meant (specifically a 'logical' separation, not a 'physical'
relocation, as opposit to a whole discarding of use cases). Sorry if I
posted a messed up concept.
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