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Re: [Serial] I18N WG last call comments [21] (qt-2004Feb0362-18)

From: Jonathan Robie <jonathan.robie@datadirect.com>
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 12:26:53 -0400
Message-ID: <4173EECD.1060002@datadirect.com>
To: Martin Duerst <duerst@w3.org>
CC: Henry Zongaro <zongaro@ca.ibm.com>, w3c-i18n-ig@w3.org, public-qt-comments@w3.org, pcotton@microsoft.com, andrew.eisenberg@us.ibm.com, jim.melton@oracle.com, sca@us.ibm.com

Hi Martin,

I'll let the chairs respond to most of this, but here's where you can 
find the issues and their current status. These are member-only links, 
so I18N has access:

1. The cumulative issues list

This contains the emails which we felt raised issues on our specs, and 
is used to decide where the issue should be resolved.


2. The individual issues lists.

Each document has its own issues list. These are the lists used to 
maintain the status of each issue. Issues from the cumulative list are 
often broken down into multiple issues on these lists.


This should make it pretty straightforward for you to track your issues, 
I would think.


Martin Duerst wrote:
> Hello Henry,
> [I have copied the (co)chairs of the involved groups
> because I want to look at how to potentially simplify things.]
> If there is an editorial version of your spec available, I think
> it would be much more efficient if we could check that, and
> tell you that we are okay with that (if we are). I think that
> on both sides, the more issues we can finish off, the better.
> Getting a pointer to the issues list, and ideally a way to
> sort the issues list so that it shows all the issues that
> we submitted together, and those are sorted by categories
> such as 'not yet replied', 'replied, but no answer yet',
> 'satisfied', and so on, would also help us a lot.
> With kind regards,     Martin.
Received on Monday, 18 October 2004 16:27:16 UTC

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