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TELECON AGENDA - 29 Apr 2009

From: John Boyer <boyerj@ca.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2009 22:05:12 -0700
To: public-forms@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF4F8C0B64.E3B2C133-ON882575A7.001BD895-882575A7.001BF3F4@ca.ibm.com>
Regrets so far: None
Start Time: 10:45am Eastern US (15:45Z, except 14:45Z during US DST)
Duration: 90 minutes

Previous minutes: 
IRC supplement: http://www.w3.org/2009/04/22-forms-minutes.html

Minute takers rotation list, when not done by Leigh:
Steven, Erik, Nick, MarkB/Paul, Ulrich/Sebastian, Charlie

Kenneth/MarkS?, Raman?, Susan?, Rafael/Rogelio? 

* = be ready to discuss
+ = discuss time permitting

Reports, Etc.
Upcoming telecons

Next FtF

The Forms Newsletter/News items

XForms 1.1
Implementation report progress

XForms Basic 1.0, 1.1

Rich Web Application Backplane

Action Items
Action Item List:

Administrative Issues
XSLTForms to list of implementations

Fix our shortname issue

W3C Spec matrix
- Discussed on Nov. 26, 2008


Issue Classification
* XForms 1.1 Completion
* Issues
- - - -
- When to use resource attribute
* Test suite changes
- - - - - - - - - - 
- Modifications from action items on various group members

- Non-XHTML in test suite

- What are the remaining obstacles to XForms 1.1 advancement?

3.3.1.c3 Multiple schemas single namespace (have one, need one)
4.2.4.a xforms-model-destruct after submission (have one, need one)
8.1.a navindex and accesskey (have one, need one)

8.1.6.a mediatype attribute on upload (have one, need one)
8.1.6.b incremental attribute on upload (have one, need one)
8.1.6.d data binding restriction for upload (have one, need one)
8.1.10.a selection attribute on select (have one, need one)

10.4.f delete action and repeat element (need two)
11.1.v includenamespaceprefixes attr on submission (have one, need one)

11.9.p mailto multipart-post submission (have none, need one?)
11.9.q mailto form-data-post submission (have one, need zero?)

11.9.4.b delete submission deletes a file (have none, need one?)

Advancing XForms for HTML
- Assertions
- Examples
- Test Suite

- Rationalization of XForms for HTML, RDFa, and ARIA
* XForms 1.2 Features
- Context everywhere, context on bind
- Data driven switch
- case()
- Better expression of default trigger
- submissions that put and get binary resources
- setting submission method default to "get"
- Ability to suppress RRRR on submission completion
- Lazy authoring improvement: empty instance exists even if no refs

- repeat and relevance/enabled/disabled

Review Possibilities
JSON submissions?
submission to a "new" window?
mediatype="text/html" on textarea for rich text content?
XML Events 2?
Model improvements (optional, nested, external/src, exceptions)?
UI event notification improvements?
See older issues below?

Analyzing Modularization for AJAX Programmers

Modularization of XForms based on markup seemed at one point a necessary 
step of decoupling modules against which APIs could be written. 
However, the working group now wants to approach the problem by starting 
with the needed APIs and letting the modularization requirements follow.

XForms 2.0

Refactor dependencies to detect automatic rebuild conditions and reduce 
circular dependencies

Review possibilities

Older issues
Currency data values, etc.

Validity notification on initial or hidden data
- Isn't it about time we add an xforms-control-initialize event?
- Seems we need it for modularization to work right
- Defer to face to face meeting

The xforms-link-exception
Discussed Aug. 20, 2008. Need to dispatch xforms-link-error to 
instance rather than link-exception to model. For legacy, if the
link-error bubbles up to model, it could throw link-exception, but
then the author can prevent the exception by cancelling the error
Note: xforms-link-error is not currently cancellable

xforms-submit-done response-body and host language submission result 
Discussed 21 May 2008; perhaps only for replace="none"
Concern was about efficiency.  Could add "want-response-body" default 
false in
xforms-submit, then if turned true the response-body would be non-empty in 
xforms-submit-done.  Host language could then push response-body content 
a new window.

xforms-submit-serialize receives empty submission-body value
Discussed 03 Dec 2008; decided to allow future version feature that
helps control whether submission body is empty on start
Context info of xforms-submit could provide a writable flag


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