Candidate Recommendation Transition Request for XForms 1.1

Document Title: XForms 1.1


Estimated publication date: Nov. 29, 2007

Please note that the above linked document is marked as editor's draft and 
dated Nov. 15, 2007.  This is done to adhere to new W3C policies regarding 
the marking of documents that are not in TR space.  Once the transition 
meeting has occurred and assuming the approval of the transition, the 
editor's draft mark and the date will be changed to reflect the 
publication date.



Differences between XForms 1.0 and 1.1 (informative):

General Requirements for Advancement:
1. Record group decision to request advancement

The resolution was recorded in the Nov. 14 telecon minute:

2. Public documentation of all changes, substantive and minor (diff marked 
version; need report of substantive changes, if any)

Diff-marked version:
Last call report:

3. Report any changed requirements

There have been no changes of requirements from last call.

4. Report any changes in dependencies with other groups

None for XForms 1.1

5. Show evidence of wide review 

The last call report shows we received and responded to 144 last call 
comments from the public:

6. Formally address all issues 

Last call report:

7. Report any formal objections 

There were no formal objections to advancement to candidate recommendation

CR-specific Requirements:
1. Should provide report of present and expected implementations

This is in the status of the document:

Preliminary implementation report:

2. Any features at risk? 

This is in the status of the document:
Features at risk: None

3. Expect to meet any requirements other than standard for PR 

This is in the status of the document:
Two interoperable implementations of each required feature and one 
implementation of each feature.

4. Must indicate minimum duration

This is in the status of the document:
Minimum Duration: 14 Feb 2008

5. Should indicate expected duration

This is in the status of the document:
Expected Duration: 15 May 2008

John M. Boyer, Ph.D.
STSM: Lotus Forms Architect and Researcher
Chair, W3C Forms Working Group
Workplace, Portal and Collaboration Software
IBM Victoria Software Lab


Received on Thursday, 15 November 2007 02:18:14 UTC