Re: Straw poll on name of "streamlined syntax" spec

I prefer XFormsA and oppose to FormsA

Even more I'd prefer something like XForms Basic, but that's already in
use for a profile. I find the uppercase "A" a bit awkward, but a
lowercase "a" is even more awkward, and "-a" is expected to perform
badly in terms of Google searches. Maybe XForms Compact could do the trick.


John Boyer wrote:
> The resolution on our last telecon about the name of the "streamlined
> syntax" spec was, I think, about deciding not to use the name WebFormsA
> more so than selecting the name FormsA in particular, though there was
> some support for that name.
> There was a "typo" in my last post of this straw poll request, which
> prevented it from reaching this list, so I am posting it again.
> The two names that seem to be popular are FormsA and XFormsA.  In the
> interest of getting quickly to a  first public working draft, I would
> like to ask the group to table consideration of names other than these
> two.  Please respond to this email to indicate your preferences
> according to the questions below.   If you don't respond by next telecon
> and are not on the next telecon, we will have to assume you are happy
> with whichever decision results from the feedback provided by those who
> do respond.  Please respond to this email even if you have made your
> preference known in the past.
> Here is the question:
> For the name XFormsA, please characterize your preference:
> Prefer
> Support / Can Live With
> Oppose
> For the name FormsA, please characterize your preference:
> Prefer
> Support / Can Live With
> Oppose
> Thank you,
> John M. Boyer, Ph.D.
> STSM, Interactive Documents and Web 2.0 Applications
> Chair, W3C Forms Working Group
> Workplace, Portal and Collaboration Software
> IBM Victoria Software Lab
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Ulrich Nicolas Lissť

Received on Monday, 17 November 2008 10:00:06 UTC