On Fri, 28 Feb 2003 16:55:13 +0100, Øyvind Kolås wrote:
>For me OPML is not the native format of the application, I intend it
>a convenient format to support if users use other applications, an
>If I have to define simple things as done/not done for checkbox
>there sadly is no point in pursuing OPML further than the text
>defined in the standard. This renders OPML a little worse than a tab
>indented text file for outline exchange.
I'm not entirely clear on what you expect of OPML here. If all of the
attributes or elements you want to add relate specifically to "to do
lists," rather than outlines in general, why should they be a
standard part of OPML?
For instance, what relevance does a "done/not done" attribute have to
outlines that aren't being used for task management?
Rogers Cadenhead, rogers@...