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RE: Few words on each of us

From: Dennis E. Hamilton <dennis.hamilton@acm.org>
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2013 10:34:58 -0800
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I'm Dennis Hamilton, member of a few OASIS Technical Committees, including the ODF TC and the ODF Interoperability and Conformance (OIC TC).  I am also a committer at the Adobe Software Foundation and I was involved in the transition of OpenOffice.org to Apache OpenOffice.

My background is in document systems.

My interest in change-tracking at the XML level is rather tangential.  My greatest involvement in change-tracking (apart from an old brush with SGML databases) is with regard to document models where the model that is seen by users and interacted with is not the XML DOM, even when (as in ODF and OOXML) XML is used as a medium for carrying persistent forms of the document.  

My eye on this community projects is with regard to sharpening how change-tracking as a generic XML facility might provide clues to handle non-generic situations where change-tracking is at a different level of abstraction.  But my primary interest is with that higher level of abstraction of documents where no one knows or cares that XML is employed in a persistent representation.

 - Dennis

-----Original Message-----
From: Innovimax SARL [mailto:innovimax@gmail.com] 
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2013 04:02
To: public-change@w3.org
Subject: Few words on each of us

Dear all,

Welcome to the Change Tracking Community Group

I would like each of us to say few words on themselves (I would like to put a short summary on the wiki for future newcomers)

Thanks

Mohamed
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