Re: status matrices and XSL

Subject: Re: status matrices and XSL
From: Karl Ove Hufthammer (
Date: Fri Mar 16 2001 - 13:09:31 CST

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From: "Paul Rohr" <>
To: "Karl Ove Hufthammer" <>; <>
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2001 12:36 AM
Subject: Re: status matrices and XSL

> At 10:38 PM 3/12/01 +0100, Karl Ove Hufthammer wrote:
> >I'll convert the feature and locale matrices too.
> Yay! Have you chatted with Sam about how to get this stuff integrated onto
> the website?

No. CC'ing Sam. Updated XML matrix, XSLT style sheet and HTML matrix attached.

> It seems like it's getting to be about time. As we get more
> and more of this stuff, perhaps it should wind up in its own section of the
> tree, such as:
>* or
> or something.

> >> 2. I'm pretty sure the original document had local anchors to
> >> jump directly to the relevant section.
> >
> >I'll add this.


> >> 3. In the interest of terseness, do we really need to spell out
> >> "bug #" inside each cell?
> >
> >OK, I'll change this. Should I keep the #?
> If you want. It's probably not necessary. We know that the numbers are
> numbers, and it does take up space.

OK, I've removed it.

> >I'll also add some more rows for new dialogs.
> Please do.

BTW, are 'File | Page Setup' and 'Format | Document' two different dialogs?
(They aren't in the Windows version.)

> >OK, I'll change this. Should I also move the legend to the bottom?
> Your call. I tend to think of colors as less self-explanatory than
> column headings, so there's some temptation to leave them at the top.

OK, the legend is at the top -- the column explanation at the bottom.

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