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Re: ACTION NEEDED ((Erik, Uli): Better Examples for Insert and Delete

From: Ulrich Nicolas Lissť <unl@dreamlab.net>
Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2007 12:14:44 +0200
Message-ID: <46F39994.5060802@dreamlab.net>
To: John Boyer <boyerj@ca.ibm.com>
CC: ebruchez@orbeon.com, "Forms WG (new)" <public-forms@w3.org>


I agree that we urgently need some action here. I will start with that
next monday or tuesday, so hopefully I can present something worth
considering on the telecon.

Basically, the idea is to let the common operations be more like
operations found in a hierarchical file-system (create, copy, move,
replace, remove), rather than being DOM-oriented. I hope this turns out
to be useful for both the XForms 1.1 examples and XForms 1.2


PS: I noticed too that the bug tracker is choking on special characters.
It's quite disconcerting that a bug tracker itself is that buggy.

John Boyer wrote:
> We had hoped to get some time on this during the face to face meeting,
> but the last call issues proved too time consuming (though I would
> characterize our progress as outstanding).
> This still leaves us in a precarious position of needing to have the
> spec ready for CR transition before the publication moratorium that will
> precede the tech plenary.  I need you, Erik and Uli, to help out by
> creating that table of better examples for insert and delete.
> The idea is that we need
> 1) a list of the expected common operations
> 2) develop the insert/delete calls for those operations
> 3) a four column table that has the following columns
> i) operation description
> ii) starting data
> iii) insert or delete call
> iv) ending data
> These operations will be potential targets for ease-of-authoring actions
> in XForms 1.2.
> Starting tomorrow, I need you guys to please please please begin
> exchanging some email on the list to work out the above, divide up the
> subtasks and get this done.  We need to have an idea of how long it will
> take given the "one day a week" commitment you and your organization made.
> P.S. Uli, it turns out that it is not Lotus Notes that is messing up the
> accented e at the end of your name, but rather Shane's bug tracker.
> Cheers,
> John M. Boyer, Ph.D.
> STSM: Lotus Forms Architect and Researcher
> Chair, W3C Forms Working Group
> Workplace, Portal and Collaboration Software
> IBM Victoria Software Lab
> E-Mail: boyerj@ca.ibm.com  
> Blog: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/blogs/page/JohnBoyer

Ulrich Nicolas Lissť
Received on Friday, 21 September 2007 10:15:09 UTC

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