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<hugo> the minutes of the implementors call are at: http://www.w3.org/2006/03/30-ws-desc-minutes-impl.html
<scribe> SCRIBE: alewis
Review of Action items [.1]. ? 2005-07-21: Pauld to write a proposal for a working group report for requirements for schema evolution following closure of LC124 ? 2005-01-05: Glen to write an outline for a test service and send it to the list. RETIRED 2006-02-02: Bijan to run the partitioning analysis on ontology DONE 2006-02-27: Tony to respond to Mark's comment (issue CR011). DONE 2006-03-16: Jonathan to check with Asir and Kevin that they are ready. DONE [.3] 2006-03-16: Jonathan to turn Jacek's action into an issue so we can track the placement of RDDL documents at namespace URIs. ? 2006-03-16: Hugo to check Part 2 for instances of the terminology "fatal error". DONE [.4] 2006-03-16: Arthur to report on Xerces' behaviour with the schema import issue. [.1] http://www.w3.org/2002/ws/desc/#actions [.3] http://dev.w3.org/cvsweb/%7Echeckout%7E/2002/ws/desc/issues/wsd-issues.h tml#x289 [.4] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-ws-desc/2006Mar/0026.html
[marsh proves to be faster than a speeding keyboard, in speech]
arthur: forwarded republication to standards guy, who responded that charter has been extended and there are changes to scope. is that true?
marsh: no, didn't change scope;
changed deliverables in so far as downgrading rdf spec from
recommendation track to wg note track.
... considered problem of rechartering; no one should have to rejoin; if anyone thinks that there is a problem, please alert us.
hugo: scope hasn't changed; one deliverable downgraded; no need to rejoin.
discussion of timing of next teleconference. propose to skip two weeks, meet again on the 20th.
call for objections: none heard. make it so.
tonyr: making progress on defining interchange format (xml schema for outputting component model as recognized by parser; could be interesting to implementers as starting point, too).
marsh: implementers' standing
call every week, thursday 10:00 EST (whatever that is in other
regions), one hour before standard time for wsdl call.
... also has something on test metadata. arthur's question.
arthur: suggesting that anyone submitting a new test case should also create the descriptive data for the test case. also, please submit new test cases.
marsh and arthur discuss appropriate forms of bribery for test case submitters.
arthur: test cases may be
submitted directly or attached to emails posted to the
... we could have an initiation ceremony for new members, requiring test case submission. like hazing ....
marsh: having the test framework
set up better, and having implementations, will probably
encourage submission of more test cases, because submitters
will be able to see progress.
... non-implementors would also be encouraged to attend interop events, to contribute test cases.
marsh: mixed things up; hasn't been finished yet.
TOPIC cr 11.
marsh: submitter did not accept
resolution, wants it brought to attention of director.
... leave it marked as unaccepted. comments on strategy?
australian crickets chirp a bit.
<Arthur> I propose: If a WSDL 2.0 document refers to any component (element, simple type,
<Arthur> complex type, etc) of the http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema namespace
<Arthur> except the built-in simple types, then it MUST import
amy: agree with proposal (as discussed on mailing list)
marsh: call for objections. none heard. make it so.
<scribe> ACTION: Arthur to implement resolution of CR 19, per proposal. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/03/30-ws-desc-minutes.html#action01]
marsh: have had open action for jacek to run a tool against something.
jacek: no new status; is there
any status on bijan's participation?
... close issue with no action.
... and also retire the action.
... generally, modularization unnecessary in rdf, because doesn't recognize namespaces. bijan opposed modularization, but offered to run tool. unlikely to complain about removing action and closing issue.
RESOLUTION: 287 closed with no action.
marsh: is this publication
question? jacek: yes, we just left it as an issue so that we
don't lose sight of it.
... lc wd should include all rdf bits.
... leave open until last call.
... how are mapping tables coming along? jacek: slow, some republished in mass repub, nothing new since.
... estimate for readiness for last call? jacek: yes, sent recently to hugo; end of april.
... need rdf tf calls?
jacek: no open issues, so unless someone wants to get involved, no need for calls.
<scribe> ACTION: Marsh to make XSLT improvements for RDF publication [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/03/30-ws-desc-minutes.html#action02]
marsh: agenda completed. next meeting 20 april.
thank you all for coming.
<Jonathan> thanks for scribing!
i may not be here on the 20th, jonathan.