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[All] ITS 2.0: next steps by 15 July and for September f2f meeting

From: Felix Sasaki <fsasaki@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 08:43:21 +0200
Message-ID: <CAL58czrJwwANwWZvLVs1CVasREBQnO32x8U=O7HaWd+7xsUxDQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-multilingualweb-lt@w3.org
Dear al,

our first public working draft of ITS 2.0 will be published tomorrow at


Thanks a lot to all your contributions! Now it's time to schedule the
publication of an updated working draft, and of things to be done by our
next f2f meeting in September 25-26 in Prague, see



The next publication will be July 26. We need your input by 15 July for
that, so that others can review it. Please let the co-chairs know if see
any issues with the time schedule and the action items below, to be done
before next publication:

- Create wording about query language attribute: Felix

- Create wording in the introduction about CMS: Dave

- Conversion to NIF - all: review existing proposal from Maxim, Sebastian
and Tadej

- Create "Disambiguation"  section: Tadej

- Update data category table: Felix

- Create LocaleFilter section: any volunteers?

- Create provenance section: Dave

- Create TextAnalysisAnnotation section: Tadej

- Update summary of ITS Markup: Felix

- Update schemas for ITS and RELAX NG schema for ITS elements / attributes:

If I have forgotten something, please let me know. I have created input to
"Domain", I'll send it in a different mail soon.

As a reminder, we need input for the following data categories *by 15 July*
that are only candidates to be added to ITS 2.0: idValue, targetPointer,
qualityError, qualityProfile. See the process described at


For the people writing up sections (Tadej, Dave, a volunteer for
LocaleFilter) I have created a word template, see attachment. Please use
that template and send it filled in with "your" data category to this list,
for others to review. It is important that you use the same structure and
style as in the example "Localization Note data category".


At the September f2f meeting we want to hear about "your" prototype
implementations. The main purpose is not to have final implementations, but
your prototypes should drive the final decisions about detailed data
category definitions. So what we need *by 17 September* is:

 - A short description (1-2 paragraphs is OK) of your implementation

- For each data category that is processed: name of the data category,
information about whether you process global and / or local information
(note that defaults (if applicable) need to be taken into account anyway if
you claim to implement a data category), and - most important: examples of
what your implementation "does" with the data category. This last part is
of outmost importance. It will feed our test suite design and our "message"
to the outside world in general.



Felix Sasaki
DFKI / W3C Fellow

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