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Update: XProc V.next Requirements and Use Cases

From: Murray Maloney <murray@muzmo.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2012 13:23:01 -0700
Cc: Murray Maloney <murray@muzmo.com>
Message-Id: <4BA338E4-A231-4021-8676-094D35205A39@muzmo.com>
To: public-xml-processing-model-wg@w3.org

For the purposes of our meeting on Thursday, 19 Apr, the Working Group is asked to consider today's update of "XProc V.next Requirements and Use Cases".

Attached is a zip archive with three versions, plus a CSS file and a JPEG file

Tomorrow, the reference document under discussion is the HTML with diff highlighting

These are not public documents and they will be almost immediately superseded as the process of organizing and distilling continues. 

We are looking for constructive feedback on the following:

1) Review the Requirements and Use Cases. For each, be prepared to answer whether or not it has been satisfied. We don't need to do a formal poll, just a quick audit to gauge sentiment. If you can, cite evidence -- examples or references to examples, existence proofs, declarations, etc. The editors will subsequently fill in details as needed. 

2) Review the list of steps in Appendix D. Is there a step that isn't mentioned? For any step which you expect needs some discussion, is there an associated gloss or reference? Get it on the list; the sooner, the better.

3) Review the References in Appendix A. If it is not diff marked, it was listed in XProc 1.0. The rest are specifications that seemed somehow relevant. That said, we purposely stuffed it with specifications that should be deleted, just to make sure you actually read it. 

4) Review E. Collected Input. Does the organization work for you? Are your issues mentioned or highlighted somewhere? Do you have additional supporting examples, prose or argumentation? 

Murray Maloney

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