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Subject: Re: [security-services-comment] comments re sstc-saml-metadata-ui-v1.0-csprd01

On 10/24/11 10:04 AM, "Tom Scavo" <trscavo@gmail.com> wrote:
>The width and height attributes on the Logo element are the actual
>width and height of the referenced image. Non-bitmapped images don't
>have an actual width and height, so what exactly values are width and
>height supposed to take on in this case?

I disagree that vector graphics scale arbitrarily. There will be sizes at
which the logo looks good and sizes at which it won't.

The whole point of these sizes is to support software or federation
standards for size alternatives. If a vector image works at a bunch of
standard sizes, then you can advertise it at all those sizes. The whole
point is to translate them into sizes within the HTML directly. As was
discussed on REFEDS, if you think the server has to do all that work on
behalf of the client, then the sizes for a vector image are likely to be
ignored anyway.

I wouldn't object to tweaking the wording around the size attributes, but
I don't think we should delay the final vote 6 months to do it.

-- Scott

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