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XProc Minutes 14 January 2010

From: Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com>
Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2010 08:30:21 -0500
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                                   - DRAFT -

                                  XProc telcon

14 Jan 2010


   See also: [3]IRC log


           Henry, Paul, Mohamed, Vojetch, Alex


           Henry S. Thompson (pro tem)

           Henry S. Thompson


     * [4]Topics

         1. [5]Charter
         2. [6]HTTP multipart
         3. [7]namespace and prefix attrs -- missing error
         4. [8]Test Suite
         5. [9]Default processing model



   Next meeting: 21 Jan.

   Regrets for 21 Jan: Henry, Mohamed

   Regrets for 28 Jan: Voytech


   It runs out at the end of this month

   RESOLUTION: Request a charter extension, recharter later

   How long an extension?

   RESOLUTION: Request an 8 month extension, to allow for the summer

  HTTP multipart

   Consensus by email that content model of multipart is just body+

   And that the prose about headers inside multipart has to go as well

   Then we have Voytech's message

   VT: The default for content-type on multipart might conflict -- should
   this be an error, or should we make it required?

   AM: or should we instead specify that the default is to inherit?

   VT: content-type is required on c:body

   AM: Doing the inheritance will not make it easier to understand
   ... we should just make it required, and assume that people will mostly
   not use c:header Content-Type with c:multipart
   ... So, two alternatives: leave as is but make clear inconsistency is an
   error; make required

   VT: Any pblm with making it required?
   ... If you are building it dynamically, you might have to find it in a
   header. . .

   AM: Same even w/o multipart
   ... Given the long list of possible types, it's hard to be sure what the
   right default is, so making it required avoids having to pick

   RESOLUTION: make the content-type attribute required on c:multipart

  namespace and prefix attrs -- missing error


   TV: What happens if you specify wrapper-prefix or wrapper-namespace but no
   wrapper, on p:data?

   HT: Because the implicit default is c:data, that's an error (the same
   error as an explicit wrapper with a : in)

   RESOLUTION: Make clear that if if you specify wrapper-prefix or
   wrapper-namespace but no wrapper, on p:data, that's an error (the same
   error as an explicit wrapper with a : in)

  Test Suite

   TV: 50 new tests, prefix, namespace, http-request

   HT: WooHoo -- gold star

  Default processing model

   PG: What's next on this?

   HST: We have comments from the TAG, which I need to summarise and present
   to this group
   ... Then we decide what change, if any, to make, and whether to publish a
   First PWD.

Summary of Action Items


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