[Standards] Stamping on one's head Re: Fwd: Minutes 20121011

Andreas Kuckartz A.Kuckartz at ping.de
Sat Oct 13 16:37:11 UTC 2012

> 4) Any other business
> Brief discussion of XEP 71, to continue on standards list.

This made me curious and I belong to those who reads conference minutes.
And to my astonishment I found this:

[15:18:46] <stpeter> I have one AOB.... XEP-0071 and how to come to
agreement on structured elements vs. stylistic presentation, but I
suppose I'll just post to the list about that
[15:18:50] <Kev> I started and then got distracted, as so often happens.
[15:18:57] <ralphm> I wish to stamp that on the head of everyone
involved the slightest in anything related to publishing web pages
[15:19:23] <Kev> stpeter: I think at this stage the answer is "We don't
substantially change the XEP".
[15:19:34] <Kev> But yes, that discussion can happen on-list.
[15:19:47] <ralphm> To be more blunt. I'm a solid -1 on anything adding
[15:19:55] <ralphm> like rdfa


According to http://xmpp.org/about-xmpp/xsf/xmpp-council/ ralphm is
currently a member of the XMPP Council.

Can someone please let me know if he has a veto right there?

If that is the case there would be no reason for me to spend a minute
more on finding a reasonable way to add RDFa to XEP-0071. I generally do
not participate in discussions with a predetermined outcome.


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