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XHTML 2.0 Timeline Agenda Review Re-Request

From: Gregory J. Rosmaita <oedipus@hicom.net>
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2008 13:52:58 +0000
To: public-xhtml2@w3.org, "Markus Gylling" <markus.gylling@tpb.se>
Message-Id: <20081117134249.M81041@hicom.net>

aloha!

according to the XHTML2 WG's "Milestones" section of its charter:

http://www.w3.org/2007/03/XHTML2-WG-charter

the timeline for XHTML2 as of 2007-07 is:

* First Public Working Draft: 	February 2007
* Last Call: 			September 2007
* Candidate Recommendation: 	February 2008
* Proposed Recommendation: 	June 2008
* Recommendation: 		September 2008

i know i raised the issue of updating timelines, and asked that it be 
put on wednesday's agenda, but can we do so with a sense of urgency?  
there is a unique possibility to have increased input (read: content and
work) on XHTML2

http://www.daisy.org/zw/ZedAI_W3C_Modularization_and_XHTML2

provided that XHTML2 is on track to reach Last Call by the fourth quarter 
of 2009, so can we please address XHTML2 roadmapping and time-lining?

roland, steven, would it be appropriate to have markus gylling of the 
DAISY Consortium, a W3C member-organization, to attend the meeting if 
it is possible for him?  he is in the process of joining the XHTML2 WG
as the DAISY Consortium's representative to the group, but the byzantine
ballet of W3C process shouldn't stand in the way of working on our 
deliverables, and as chief technical officer at DAISY, markus' input to 
discussions -- both as a developer and a consumer of W3C standards -- is 
critical...

gregory.
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