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agenda: GRDDL WG weekly telcon 29 Nov

From: Dan Connolly <connolly@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 10:20:06 -0600
To: GRDDL Working Group <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>
Message-Id: <1164730807.3997.922.camel@dirk>

Harry, Brian and I propose the following agenda:
  http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/grddl-wg/weekly-agenda
  Revision: 1.64 of 2006/11/27 17:35:23 

GRDDL WG Weekly
     1. Convene GRDDL WG meeting of 2006-11-29T11:00-0500 
              * Zakim teleconference bridge: +1.617.761.6200 code:GRDDL 
              * chair: bwm
              * scribe: danja 
                      * supplementary IRC chat: #grddl-wg on irc.w3.org
                        port 6665 
              * PROPOSED: to approve GRDDL WG Weekly -- 22 Nov 2006 as a
                true record
              * roll call (at risk: HarryH), comments on the agenda.
     2. Test cases for GRDDL with XML documents 
              * ACTION Chime: to verify
                http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/grddl-wg/td/testlist1#projectsSpreadsheet
              * ACTION DanC to update test manifest to show
                testlist1#projectsSpreadsheet,
                testlist1#xmlWithGrddlAttribute approved
        
        PROPOSED: to approve testlist1#title_author (the Steven King
        example) and testlist1#rdfa1
        
        
     3. [#issue-output-formats] whether GRDDL transformations may
        produce RDF in a format other than RDF/XML 
              * ACTION: DanJa to provide XSLT transformation from Atom
                to N3,and one case where it works. See his message.
     4. GRDDL and (non-XML) HTML 
        
        see GRDDL and HTML Norman Gray (Tuesday, 14 November) to
        public-grdd-comments.
        
              * ACTION: Harry to respond to Norman Gray (done 27 Nov)
              * ACTON: Fabien to add a sentence about non-XML HTML in
                the Use Case document.
     5. Cross-document Introduction 
              * ACTION: bwm to have a closer look at the Stephen King
                Example in the spec. See his message and subsequent
                discussion.
              * ACTION: iand to review Murray's suggested intro (DONE
                e21 Nov) 
                
                also: McBride 10 Nov and Gandon 17 Nov include comments
                on the abstract and intro.
                
              * ACTION: Danja to suggest wording changes in light of
                recent comment on cross-document introduction
     6. [#issue-mt-ns] 
              * ACTION: Murray to write up the pros and cons of
                different approaches
              * ACTION: iand to construct a content negotiation test
                case (2 weeks)
     7. [#issue-base-param] 
              * ACTION: DanC to enumerate options for base issue, pick
                one, and propose it in the form of a test case. See his
                suggestion to pass it as a parameter and discussion with
                Chime over extension functions. (2 weeks)
              * ACTION: chime to help danc with test cases on base param
                issue (2 weeks)
     8. Primer Document 
              * ACTION: Harry and Brian to rewrite second part of primer
                to use Brian and Dan's instance data. See message from
                Brian and message from Harry. (2 weeks)
     9. GRDDL Spec: General issues 
              * ACTION: DanC to create a "normative only" view of the
                GRDDL spec. Progress: spec_lean Revision: 1.2 of
                2006/11/10 07:39:56 (2 weeks)
              * ACTION: DanC to add a sample implementation appendix to
                the GRDDL spec. Progress: Re: Notes on implementing
                GRDDL from scratch (2 weeks)

p.s. this text version of the agenda doesn't have detailed links because
I'm locked out of the ,text tool.

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Dan Connolly, W3C http://www.w3.org/People/Connolly/
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