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<Jonathan> Scribe: Youenn
-------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Review of Action items [.1]. [Interop] ? 2006-07-06: [interop] Jonathan - create validation-report stylesheet. DONE 2006-07-07: [interop] John to write spec text for transfer coding ? 2006-07-20: [interop] Jonathan to add timestamps to result stylesheet. WG ? 2005-07-21: Pauld to write a proposal for a working group report for requirements for schema evolution following closure of LC124 ? 2006-03-30: Marsh to make XSLT improvements for RDF publication. ? 2006-06-29: Philippe to write up recommended text to clarify the issue in CR53. ? 2006-07-06: Glen to contribute some extension test cases. DONE 2006-07-06: John to write proposal for CR055 based on discussion and Jacek's email. ? 2006-07-13: Roberto to produce an updated proposal for CR044. ? 2006-07-20: Arthur to update "Proposed Part 1 Text for REQUIRED Extension Properties". Current Editorial Action Items - none - Note: Editorial AIs associated with LC issues recorded at [.2]. [.1] http://www.w3.org/2002/ws/desc/#actions [.2] http://www.w3.org/2002/ws/desc/5/cr-issues/actions_owner.html
<jjm> 14 Sep: Features at risk
<jjm> Refresh our CR in Septembre (not back to CR again)
<jjm> 28 Sep: RDF mapping issues
<jjm> Get that document out of CR
<jjm> Scribe: jjm
Marsh: features at risk: F&P, unused MEPs, etc.
No news from Roberto. Still officially closed. Will reopen only if Roberto provides new information.
Marsh: John Kaputin provided a
... then discussion with JJM
JJM: after discussion, he
proposed to move the text to a separate "Selection"
... which seems good to me
<Jonathan> Proposal is:
Tony: what about "empty" or "none"?
JJM: I raised the issue but don't know the answer
<Jonathan> 1) Message 0008 + "Otherwise none" after each bullet list.
Tony: none seems sensible
<Jonathan> 2) Message 0004 - "If this property is not present ..." on last two bullets.
JJM: read "-" above as minus
<scribe> Closed with above resolution
Wait until Arthur and Roberto are back
Wait for Philippe to complete his AI
MEPs out of other MEPs
Close with no action
<youenn> Issue 54
Marsh: wrote back to the commentator 2 months to indicate we're into CR and cannot handle this issue, no response since
Close with no action
Philippe: similar, no response from commentator
Close with no action
Skip, action has not been done
Marsh: Add that this attribute is on the Binding Operation. Editorial in nature
Implement above resolution
Approve suggested editorial fix
Philippe: Feature example, so maybe skip until we decide about F&P
Marsh: should be fairly obvious we're not changing the way namespaces work
Tony: s/cut and paste/conceptually/ ?
Marsh: sounds good
<plh> Tony: s/simply //conceptually cutting and pasting
Marsh: 1) close with no action; 2) replace simply w/ conceptually; 3) s/c&p/embedding/
Tony: don't like 3, people already know c&p
Marsh: 4) s/^/Conceptually/
Resolution: Implement option 4
<youenn> plh: why having the first sentence in 2.15.1 ?
<youenn> Marsh: an endpoint component is never refered from the WSDL.
<youenn> plh: then we can remove the sentence.
<youenn> RESOLUTION: Close this issue by removing the sentence in 2.15.1
<Jonathan> Remove "they cannot be referred to by QName"
<plh> Endpoint components are local to a given Service component (see A.2 Fragment Identifiers).
<youenn> Marsh: editorial issue
<youenn> Marsh: two issues there
<youenn> Marsh: no objection to fix the specification according the recommendations
<youenn> Resolution: Accept the proposal to clarify 2.2.1, 2.2.2 and 2.2.3
<youenn> Marsh: propose to close this issue by adding a slash to the soap1.1 binding http uri and do a consistency check in the primer and test-suite to have soap 1.2/1.1 binding http uris with the slash
<youenn> No objection
<youenn> Marsh: this is a request to constraint the message element type and the message element xsi:type if any, especially in the case of very general schema elements
<youenn> Marsh: this use case does not seem to appeal to many people
<Jonathan> ACTION: Marsh to propose workarounds for CR78. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/09/07-ws-desc-minutes.html#action01]