On Tuesday 05 June 2007 09:47:50 Nicolas Le Novere wrote:
> Sven, you are right of course. But a little unfair. To be honest, at the
> time of L2V1 release I don't think the majority of people writting unit
> conversion software would have considered
> <unit kind="metre" multiplier="0.00064516" exponent="-2" />
> as the correct way to encode for "per square inch". This is what we would
> write now after all the discussions we had, in order to tweak the broken
> unit system to nevertheless get the result right.
> I may be wrong, so I'll stop here. It seems we all agree anyway :-)
I also think we agree on this. But the remaining question is:
Now (before the release of the new libsbml) would be the last opportunity to
revert the unit interpretation to the original form. Should we do this?
I personally (thinking of some things I want to implement) like the old way