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Minutes from XML Schema Patterns for Databinding call 29 May 2007

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Date: Tue, 29 May 2007 15:54:34 +0100
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Minutes from today's telcon are now available here:


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                                   - DRAFT -

                         Databinding WG Teleconference

29 May 2007


   See also: IRC log


          Jon Calladine (BT)
          George Cowe (Origo Services Limited)
          Paul Downey (BT)




     * Topics
         1. Administrivia
         2. lc-jmarsh-1: XPath Expressions Too Complex?
     * Summary of Action Items

   <trackbot> Date: 29 May 2007


   minutes from 1 may approved

   pauld: plan to dedicate next week to the WG, will rerun report by the
   end, have issues list ready to discuss at next telcon
   ... mainly working on report of patterns use in the wild
   ... as discussed informally, I presented the report to the W3C AC in

   some positive feedback following AC meeting, but it's again proving to
   be a challenge to translate such interest into participation

   XMLBeans holding a DOM does well in our tests, need to think again
   about +1 test

   gcowe: have assistance for testing Web Sphere
   ... possibly in two weeks

   pauld: will refresh report towards end of next week

   pauld: ok, be ready to start work on issues next telcon and get Basic
   moved to PR

lc-jmarsh-1: XPath Expressions Too Complex?

   JonC: worried about the XPath expressions being overly complex. There
   are some we can process using XPath 1.0 style. Do we want to mix and
   match styles? Doesn't that add more confusion?

   pauld: I think we resolved this by saying we'd write an introduction /
   guide on how the patterns work

   JonC: consistency seems better over simplifying some of the patterns


Summary of Action Items

   [End of minutes]
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