RE: Telecon Thursday, 1500 UTC, 1100 Boston

Ben, All,

I am utterly sorry about this, but due to urgent
family commitments I will not be able to participate

However, regarding Topic 2 (TC approval) of our today's
telecon, IMHO it is pretty straight forward to go
through the rest of the test cases (TC19 - TC30), 
assigning according actions for me where necessary.

To assist the approval, I have prepared a new 
section [1], which also addresses my actions:

[NEW] ACTION: Michael add a test case that test for omitted @about
[recorded in]

Cf. new TC30 in [1]

[NEW] ACTION: Michael correct TC15 title [recorded in]

Cf. TC15 in [1]

[NEW] ACTION: Michael create a .htaccess hack to make the test case
identifiers resolve to something useful [recorded in]

Cf. [2] 

I promise to catch up, i.e., go through the minutes and resolve
open issues - later this evening to enable a clean and stable 
XHTML partition of the TC by next week.


BTW: Maybe Shane might want to take lead on the TC approval ;)?


 Michael Hausenblas, MSc.
 Institute of Information Systems & Information Management
 JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH

>-----Original Message-----
>[] On Behalf Of Ben Adida
>Sent: Wednesday, July 04, 2007 7:39 PM
>To: RDFa
>Subject: Telecon Thursday, 1500 UTC, 1100 Boston
>Hi all,
>Happy 4th of July to those in the US :)
>Tomorrow is our weekly telecon, with proposed agenda below. Michael,
>Shane, Mark, please look over your important actions for this week.
>Recall our major deadline: major syntax issues resolved by 
>next meeting,
>July 12th. We are closing in on this, but it's a bit tight, so please
>take care of your actions and come prepared!
>Thursday, July 5th, 2007.
>1500 UTC, W3C Zakim bridge
>tel:+1.617.761.6200 conference code RDFA
>Duration: 60 minutes
>1) Action Item Review
>2) REST of Review and Approval of Test Cases
>(Michael leads)
>We'll try to go through these quickly, punting lengthy 
>discussion to the
>mailing list, so we can address remaining syntax issues at 
>least briefly.
>3) METAs and LINKs in the body: should we get rid of them?
>Related Question: maybe a namespaced @class should make the 
>bnode the subject of contained triples? (Mark can lead this discussion)
>4) CURIEs vs. QNames: what to do for XHTML1.1+RDFa?
>5) (Time Permitting)
>@href everywhere, or @resource, enables us to do interesting 
>things with
><ul>, <ol>, and @href or @resource on <li>, in particular achieving RDF
>collections. Worth thinking about a bit, as this is the last big thing
>folks want, and it seems doable at this point.
>6) Schedule Reminder
>- Approval of Important Test Cases: TODAY!
>- in ONE week: Major Syntax Issues Resolved
>- in TWO weeks: first draft of new XHTML1.1+RDFa Syntax Doc ready
>- in THREE weeks: final version of Primer ready.
>- in FOUR weeks: final set of TCs for XHTML1.1+RDFa.

Received on Thursday, 5 July 2007 08:11:45 UTC