Re: [opml-dev] Reiterating the question of attributes
- 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 itI'm not entirely clear on what you expect of OPML here. If all of the
>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.
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@... on 02/28/2003