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Old 11-15-2019, 08:54 PM   #1203
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Originally Posted by DNSB View Post
Out of a perhaps morbid curiosity, what is the relevance of RFC 2119 definitions for the use of words in IETF documents to this discussion? Last time I looked, none of the epub documents were published as RFCs or other IETF document.
Ive already answered that:

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Now, remember how I said there was a significant difference between "should" and "may"?

Both CSS/3.1 and OPS/1.4 specifically state that certain keywords - specifically including "must" and "should" and "may" - are to be interpreted as defined in RFC 2119.
Both of the specs under discussion EPUB 2.0.1 and CSS 2.0 specifically reference RFC 2119s definitions. I even listed the specific sections which do so.
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