Minutes, Paris F2F day 4 (September 8, 2010)




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                    SVG Working Group Teleconference

08 Sep 2010

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           CyrilC, ErikD, AnthonyG, JWatt, ChrisL, DougS


           Chris, anthony


      * [3]Topics
          1. [4]last call comments on SVG1.1SE
          2. [5]SVG 2.0 and audio, video
          3. [6]Markers
          4. [7]F2F schedule
          5. [8]telcon times
          6. [9]Non-retain property
          7. [10]charter
          8. [11]Params
          9. [12]SVG 2
         10. [13]Using href in addition to xlink:href
         11. [14]Color
      * [15]Summary of Action Items

    <trackbot> Date: 08 September 2010

last call comments on SVG1.1SE

    <ChrisL> Scribe: Chris

    <ChrisL> Scribenick: ChrisL


    <trackbot> ACTION-2812 -- Erik Dahlström to find the test case,
    commit it and make some proposed wording -- due 2010-07-13 -- OPEN

    <trackbot> [16]http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/track/actions/2812

      [16] http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/track/actions/2812



    ED: Found one test and an image
    ... extended the test with colour-interpolation-filters. Seems in
    inkscape 0.47 that al three are the same

    CL: What is the correct result?

    ED: That is what Jasper is asking

    <ed> ISSUE-2335?

    <trackbot> ISSUE-2335 -- Last Call Comment: Clarify feConvolveMatrix
    bias property -- raised

    <trackbot> [18]http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/track/issues/2335

      [18] http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/track/issues/2335

    ED: What does firefox do with the bias?
    ... not much used so cost to change as a result of clarifications is

    (checking inkscape 0.48)

    ED: Opera and Firefox same on bias
    ... In batik it drew nothing
    ... color-interpolation-filters should affect the result, so
    inkscape 0.48 is wrong

    CL: Often filter implementations seem to not get the colour space
    right for calculations (at least, at first) until they see what a
    difference it makes

    batik svn says 'rendering document failed' on that test

    ED: ASV3 does same as Opera and Firefox

    CL: I extended the test to add an explicit bias="0.0"
    ... checking in now



    JW: What is the use case here

    ED: For example comparing two images by subtraction, bias moves it
    from being centred on zero (and clipped) to centred on 0.5

    DS: Maybe aske DDailey

    CC: Ask Vincent Hardy

    <scribe> ACTION: erik to ask Vincent Hardy and David Dailey about
    bias and ISSUE-2335 [recorded in

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2859 - Ask Vincent Hardy and David Dailey
    about bias and ISSUE-2335 [on Erik Dahlström - due 2010-09-15].

    DS: Trying test in Safari and Chrome nightlies

    CL: Of the implementations that do color-interpolation-filters and
    do bias, they all get the same result and follow the spec.

    DS: Chrome does not implement color-interpolation-filters but they
    do implement bias

SVG 2.0 and audio, video

    CL: SVG 1.2T audio and video has good timing, which is an advantage
    for synchronisation compared to html5 audio and video, but our dom
    apis suck. A good first step would be the 1.2T markup, with timing
    and synchronisation, but with the HTML5 apis

    ED: What about the source elements and fallback?
    ... fallback formats in 1.2T not as good as the html5 ones, we
    should adopt them

    CC: Microsoft asked me at SVG Open about the differences between
    html5 and svg video


    CC: I had five points of key differece (looks for notes)

    <cyril> CC: separation of document timeline from media timeline

    <cyril> CC: ability to start/stop the media timeline at specific
    time in the document timeline

    <cyril> CC: ability to start/stop the media timeline at a specific
    time in the media timeline (SMIL clipBegin/clipEnd)

    <cyril> CC: explicit syncing of media timelines

    CL: For example syncing a video stream to an audio stream

    <cyril> CC: ability to receive events from the media (Media Access

    DS: Would like to see a more detailed comparison of markup and APIs

    CC: People are scared of smil, the timing model when you restrict it
    to these 5 points is not complex and is already in flash, mpeg4 etc
    is is needed functionality

    DS: Simon Fraser said it was tricky to sync multimedia due to
    platform concerns. Animation is very different from audio and video

    CC: yes, timing and animation are quite different. Also audio and
    video typically handled by a decoder or an external system library

    DS: Constraints are on the multimedia engine
    ... Would prefer to discuss this in the FX task force because Simon
    is there

    <cyril> CC: the use of time containers (nested ...) is complex

    DS: Not totally convinced SVG should have audio and video

    CC: HTML5 has audio, video and track
    ... SVG has audio video and animation

    CL: Want to see explicit support for subtitling in SVG video so its
    clear how to add it

    <cyril> s/CL;/CL:§

    DS: Want to see that in the platform

    <shepazu_> DS: I want to see subtitling on the web platform, but I
    want it to be the same as is used in HTML

    DS: Its important to have audio and video content in SVG but using
    the HTML5 audio and video its not much of an authoring burden and
    the api is nice

    CC: f the video is only in html, is it flexible enough? Can you make
    a video paint server for example?

    ED: Yes you could, depends on how its implemented, need to wrap in
    foreign object, better to have a video element as it removes two
    steps of indirection

    <cyril> s/CC:f the/CC:if the/

    CL: Yes there is no need to invoke an unused box model for a video
    elemetn (or indeed audio)

    DS: Need to look more at foreignObject


    DS: We need to get more input from the browser implementors on this

    ED: Opera experience is that SVGT1.2video is much more efficient
    than HTML5 video wrapped in foreign object, for svg-with-video


    <shepazu_> I don't want SVG to add video and audio unless it is done
    in a compatible way to HTML5 (which is what we've been talking
    about) and unless we have buy-in from all the major browser vendors

    <shepazu> s/because Simon is there//because Simon, DSinger, Jack
    Jansen, and other implementers with specific multimedia expertise
    are there/

    <shepazu> scribenick: shepazu

    ChrisL: [gives background]
    ... GKS had the concept of fill, stroke, and marker...
    ... it was pivotal in the 1970s in framing the language of 2d
    ... when SVG added it, it seemed obvious to talk about it in those
    ... but if you look at the use of markers, people use markers, or
    they use paths with fill and stroke...
    ... markers are on points of particular interest, rather than on the
    geometry of the path beziers
    ... so, I feel it was a mistake to add markers in this way...
    ... you can have markers on markers, etc. which isn't useful
    ... I think it might be a good idea to deprecate markers and add a
    new, more useful equivalent
    ... for example, allowing them to dispatch events rather than just
    being part of the rendering model
    ... I started to make a proposal for "polymarkers"...
    ... which would be like polyline, takes a list of points
    ... but that's not good enough, because you can't put events on
    individual makers
    ... so instead, I think it would be better to have a marker
    container, where each marker is an element, which can have an id,
    can be animated and interactive

    jwatt: so you couldn't reuse a marker?

    ChrisL: you could use a "use"...
    ... haven't thought through the exact mechanism
    ... could have 'd' attribute, but that's not good enough
    ... the other option is having it more like a <use>
    ... so you can have multiple colors, and multiple instantiations
    ... if you wanted them to be identical, the container could have the
    href that points to the marker

    jwatt: 2 questions
    ... when the path that you're marking....

    ChrisL: no, you're not putting them on a path, they are separate

    jwatt: ok, as an author, I may draw a path that I want to have
    markers in sync

    ChrisL: right, but if you want to have straight lines, that's
    easy... but if have a smooth curve, you always have to sync manually

    jwatt: I've been thinking about this, too....
    ... rather than have markers at the vertices between the segments,
    have a property that says, "every x unit along the path"

    ChrisL: or "I want x number of markers evenly placed"

    shepazu: or points at a certain length along a path

    ChrisL: the disadvantage to that is that it only extends our current
    model, with lack of addressability

    break for lunch

    <ed> [back from lunch]

    <scribe> ACTION: ChrisL to write up different proposals for markers
    [recorded in

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2860 - Write up different proposals for
    markers [on Chris Lilley - due 2010-09-15].

F2F schedule

    ed: we're meeting at TPAC; if you haven't registered, you should do
    so soon


      [22] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/chairs/2010JulSep/0040.html

    ed: what about the next F2F?
    ... TPAC is in November

    anthony: we could do Sydney in February

    ed: or New Zealand, where heycam will be

    [discussion about NZ]

    it would get us folks from Australia, like heycam, Brian Birtles,
    Alex Danilo... and hopefully ROC could join for a day or 2

    ChrisL: where would it be? would mozilla host?

    jwatt: there is a small office in Auckland, not big enough to host,
    but we could talk about getting facilities for a meeting.... I'll
    have to ask

    <scribe> ACTION: jwatt to investigate Mozilla hosting an SVG WG F2F
    in Auckland, NZ in February/March [recorded in

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2861 - Investigate Mozilla hosting an SVG
    WG F2F in Auckland, NZ in February/March [on Jonathan Watt - due

    shepazu: obviously there is also SVG Open and TPAC20111
    ... seems like SVG Open may be in Seattle

    ed: what about LGM

    ChrisL: it's in Montreal 10-13 May
    ... AC meeting and possible Interaction Domain meeting 14-17 in
    Bilbao, Spain

    ed: so, if we meet at LGM, it would have to be the first week of May

    shepazu: it could just be a short F2F

telcon times

    anthony: I'm happy to do 6am australian time

    <ed> [24]http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/wiki/Meetings#Times

      [24] http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/wiki/Meetings#Times






      [27] http://www.timeanddate.com/time/dst2010.html

    ed: so, we keep the existing times until October 31
    ... when DST ends
    ... FXTF meetings will be on Monday 20:00 UTC for 1 hour

    <scribe> ACTION: doug to update FX wiki with telcon times [recorded
    in [28]http://www.w3.org/2010/09/08-svg-minutes.html#action04]

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2862 - Update FX wiki with telcon times
    [on Doug Schepers - due 2010-09-15].

Non-retain property

    ed: this came up at SVG Open

    cyril: Andreas Bovens from Opera mentioned the buffered-rendering
    property, which enables faster rendering after optimization


      [29] http://www.w3.org/TR/SVGTiny12/painting.html#BufferedRenderingProperty

    cyril: for a subtree that's not expected to be dynamic

    <cyril> CC: static = "Indicates that the element is not expected to
    be modified often. "

    cyril: I would like to go a step further with a new value that
    allows you to trash the DOM

    anthony: wouldn't that discard the vectors?

    cyril: no, you'd keep the internal vector representation, but it
    would still save memory

    anthony: this would be good for the proposed extended path syntax

    cyril: we'd have to discuss whether animations or script would still

    ed: I would like a way to allow a subtree of an SVG that acts as a
    separate layer, composited on top, which doesn't depend on other
    parts of the document

    shepazu: what about simply allowing SVG in the <image>?

    ed: I don't think that gets us the same thing, because there's no

    <ed> ... SVGT12 <animation> + buffered-rendering might be a way to
    go though

    <ed> ACTION: cyril to investigate how the buffered-rendering
    property can be improved for SVG2 [recorded in

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2863 - Investigate how the
    buffered-rendering property can be improved for SVG2 [on Cyril
    Concolato - due 2010-09-15].


    here's a rough list of stuff in the draft (no order, some

    * Animation and Media

    * Color Management

    * Compositing

    * Connectors

    * Filters

    * Integration

    * Layout Requirements and Use Cases

    * Layout

    * Masking and Clipping

    * Media Access Events

    * Pagination

    * Paint Servers

    * Parameters

    * Transformations

    * Vector Effects

    * SVG 2


    * SVG Fonts

    * SVG 2 Requirements

    * Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Tiny 1.2: Requirements;

    * SVG 2 Modular Specification

    * SVG Print: Requirements; Part 1: Primer; Part 2: Language

    * SVG Filters: Requirements; Part 1: Primer; Part 2: Language

    * Paint Servers

    * SVG Masking and Clipping

    * SVG Vector Effects

    * SVG Compositing

    * SVG Layout: Requirements; Part 1: Primer; Part 2: Language

    * SVG WebFonts

    * Media Access Events


      [31] http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Graphics/49ColorProfiles/

    ChrisL: we're currently on a charter extension

    ed: and will we ask for another one until SVG 1.1 SE is done?

    [end break]

    ed: I want to see a much better treatment of 'foreignObject', with
    HTML in particular, including requirements, tight wording, and tests
    for interoperability

    ChrisL: it should say that when the CSS box model is used to render
    the contents of 'foreignObject', the size of the 'foreignObject'
    element is taken as the size of the outermost containing block, and
    starts a new CSS canvas

    Resolution: we should prioritize defining 'foreignObject' behavior
    in SVG Integration

    <scribe> ACTION: shepazu to define 'foreignObject' behavior in SVG
    Integration [recorded in

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2864 - Define 'foreignObject' behavior in
    SVG Integration [on Doug Schepers - due 2010-09-15].

    ed: does this handle zooming and transforms?

    CL: I don't think zoom is adequately defined....
    ... we once had zoom vs. magnify, but we got rid of that

    ed: we should say that if you're an HTML+SVG UA, you must support
    HTML and SVG in the 'foreignObject' element

    shepazu: and MathML too

    CL: if you support the CSS box model & SVG, then you must support
    the use of the box model in the SVG 'foreignObject' element

    shepazu: I'll add that Transformations may include 2D and 2.5D


    shepazu: need to decide on a better syntax that works for CSS as
    ... and for a URL syntax that doesn't trigger multiple server
    requests, and isn't cached, like the "?" delimiter does

    CL: what about #params(foo=1,bar=red) ?

    shepazu: ok

    <scribe> ACTION: shepazu to update Params spec to change URL syntax
    [recorded in

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2865 - Update Params spec to change URL
    syntax [on Doug Schepers - due 2010-09-15].

    shepazu: that syntax should also work for external CSS stylesheet,
    if CSS decides to add this too
    ... I'd like to discuss this with them during the FXTF call


    <anthony> CL: What are the hot new features for it?

    <anthony> Scribe: anthony

    <scribe> ScribeNick: anthony

    DS: Tighter with HTML 5

    s/Tigher/Tigher integration/

    <shepazu> Tighter integration with HTML5 and CSS, including using
    SVG features like filters and gradients with HTML content

    ED: Advanced gradients, transforms, filters
    ... and compositing

    CL: Vector Effects is a fairly visible feature

    DS: Params

    ED: Params is very useful
    ... is the feedback I've been getting
    ... makes things reusable

    DS: New gradients (mesh, diffusion curves?)

    CL: Was asking at a high level
    ... looking at blocking out an area as to why you'd use SVG 2
    instead of old versions

    DS: Component based reuse of SVG is Params
    ... possibly connectors?

    ED: New CSS properties that might apply to SVG
    ... gives better integration with HTML

    DS: Maybe the fact that we are cleaning up some of the cruft and
    making it more consistent
    ... and interoperable
    ... what about canned effects?
    ... author friendly short hands for common effects

    CL: Ease of authoring

    DS: Richer SVG and CSS animation
    ... or maybe cleaner

    ED: What features would you be looking for if you were a stand alone
    ... the shape path thing

    DS: Skeleton paths

    CC: Wire frames

    CL: Vector Effects can draw like a filter and as a stand alone
    ... and Super path
    ... I'd group that with the smooth curves

    ED: And the variable stroke width
    ... all very useful functionality

    CL: I'm after a high level summary
    ... with groupings of these features

    AG: Should we make something like that?

    CL: Yes
    ... pulling that stuff together with broad headings would make a
    nice document

    <scribe> ACTION: Chris to Put together a high level overview stating
    the most important new features in SVG 2 [recorded in

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2866 - Put together a high level overview
    stating the most important new features in SVG 2 [on Chris Lilley -
    due 2010-09-15].

    CL: This is something I'd expect someone to be able to read in a few
    ... and have an idea of what we're doing
    ... Are there any big areas of functionality we've been asked for
    ... but don't have any work in the area?

    DS: Layout and constrains

    AG: Have we thought about when we are going to start SVG 2?

    DS: I think it is unrealistic for us to simply do it from scratch
    ... it is not good for us to simply pull things in
    ... we can bring in sections that we need as place holders
    ... from 1.1
    ... and give them a class that gives them a maturity
    ... that maturity would indicate if it's been reviewed
    ... there are testable assertions
    ... that it is consistent with other parts of the spec
    ... and it has test
    ... There would be some stylistic thing
    ... which denotes it's new

    CL: I agree we should pull that text in as a place holder

    DS: I think if we go for this more rigorous process of review
    ... we will find inconsistencies that hadn't been found
    ... or address things that hadn't been addressed
    ... We talked about having an annotated version of the spec
    ... and in that version we could have reasons for certain technical

    CL: If you do it the other way around
    ... where you author with the annotations
    ... and have an XSLT to give you the raw document

    DS: My idea was we have a document on the side, in addition to use
    case and requirements
    ... which is like a developers guide
    ... and the annotated version of the spec we'd have links into the
    developers guide

    JW: Some sort of design rational doc sounds reasonable to me
    ... even for us

    DS: Sometimes you're not around CL and it would be good to have that
    information around
    ... for discussions
    ... I'm proposing we have a system

    JW: Everyone understands how to add stuff

    DS: Right, so people can see why we've made the decision

    JW: I think it will save us work explaining why we did something
    ... rather than trying to recall it

    AG: We could link it straight to trackbot

    DS: We could put ISSUE numbers in

    CL: So when we commit trackbot picks up on it

    <shepazu> we could use this:

      [35] http://www.w3.org/People/Schepers/spec-conventions.html

    DS: My proposed stylistic and syntactic convention
    ... things would be marked up certain way
    ... and it makes it easy to pull out

    ED: I liked the thing that Cameron did
    ... with the script
    ... that would link to definitions
    ... and put them in the spec
    ... when it was generated

    AG: Do we have mark up for assertions?

    DS: No, need to add that

    <scribe> ACTION: Doug to Add to the common convention document mark
    up for testable assertions [recorded in

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2867 - Add to the common convention
    document mark up for testable assertions [on Doug Schepers - due

    CL: We should have an ID for the assertions

    DS: We want to have a link to go to the tests and back

    CC: The widget spec being edited while the tests were being edited
    ... and so what they did was have a hash
    ... that was generated for each test

    DS: To a large degree we can solve that by settling on name
    ... since we are going to edit the spec by hand
    ... we can come up meaningful names

    CC: I the test suite at the moment we already have names

    CL: Sequential number of sections is a bad idea. But sequential
    number for tests in a section name is ok

    DS: How much of Cameron's build system can be used?

    ED: I think it's a good idea to use
    ... it's Java based and uses some XSLT
    ... and some Perl scripts

    CL: If we can modify it to meet our needs
    ... then that's better than building something from scratch

    ED: Already working well with the modules

    DS: We can start with that
    ... and the build system can always be changed

Using href in addition to xlink:href

    DS: So the href property would be a getter and setter for the href

    CL: And if someone puts in xlink:href what happens?

    <shepazu> [37]http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/wiki/Href

      [37] http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/wiki/Href

    DS: [Reads out page]

    CC: So I have to remember what the value was?
    ... why being so strict?

    ED: That's DOM requirement
    ... in DOM core

    CC: So it's adding a flag probably

    DS: That's if only they're using it

    CC: maybe that's not an issue because XML events are not being used
    ... what about the "ev" prefix?

    ED: We just use XML events (in SVGT12), and yes you do have to
    declare the ev prefix to be from XML Events
    ... you have to define the prefix

    DS: Maybe something we need to think about at some point
    ... we are trying to align with HTML here

    Resolution: We accept the proposal on the wiki and we will add this
    to the integration specification

    ED: I think we should probably put this in SVG 2
    ... it doesn't belong in Integration

    DS: Need a new resolution then

    Resolution: We accept the proposal for href on the wiki and will add
    this to the SVG 2 specification

    <scribe> ACTION: Doug to Add wiki href proposal to the SVG 2
    specification [recorded in

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2868 - Add wiki href proposal to the SVG 2
    specification [on Doug Schepers - due 2010-09-15].


    CL: There was some good feedback about CieLAB
    ... it didn't say what the white point was
    ... to make LAB you find out what the white point
    ... and you draw a line through the 3D space
    ... and that becomes the black white line
    ... we need to specify it so we have a default
    ... having initially thought that D65 would be the best default
    ... because that's what SRG be uses
    ... I'm now convinced that D50 is the one to use

    AG: Why?

    CL: Because that's what is used when doing the colour conversions
    ... that's a change I plan to add
    ... and add some wording to the primer
    ... It is interesting that IE9 has added colour management

    <ed> [39]http://www.w3.org/TR/SVGColor12/

      [39] http://www.w3.org/TR/SVGColor12/

    CL: Firefox gets the ICC 4 profiles wrong
    ... when people buy a printer they use ICC 4 profiles
    ... and ICC 4 profiles are used for profiling screens
    ... Apples color sync uses ICC 4 profiles

    JW: It badly regressed?
    ... between 3.0 and 3.11

    CL: Yes
    ... Mozilla said they wanted to have their own library because it
    was smaller and faster
    ... but it gives the wrong results
    ... LCMS 2 does full ICC 2 and 4 support
    ... and it's faster than LCMS 1
    ... LCMS 2 was released after Firefox changed away from LCMS 1
    ... At LGM there was someone from the Ghost script project
    ... that has added all the colour management stuff that's needed for
    PDF and Post Script
    ... He said there was a little module that reads in SVG and converts
    to PDF
    ... so if that code was hacked to understand our syntax for LAB and
    it would go through that library and have PDF
    ... which has all the colour management syntax
    ... I believe Inkscape has colour management in the latest version

    AG: What about black point?

    CL: We could add something about black point compensation
    ... which says how to join the black up
    ... means you don't lose shadow detail

    AG: Could add it in a later version

    CL: That's the update for the module
    ... I'd like to see it in SVG 2
    ... One of the conformance class is obeying the profiles in images

    ED: Does Firefox do color management for raster images only?

    JW: Yes

    <scribe> ACTION: Chris to Change the CieLAB with a D50 default white
    point [recorded in

    <trackbot> Created ACTION-2869 - Change the CieLAB with a D50
    default white point [on Chris Lilley - due 2010-09-15].

    AG: I have an action which relates to this


    <trackbot> ACTION-2606 -- Anthony Grasso to propose wording for
    "preserve black" attribute for color profiles -- due 2009-06-16 --

    <trackbot> [41]http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/track/actions/2606

      [41] http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/track/actions/2606

    Meeting ended

    trackbot, end telcon

Summary of Action Items

    [NEW] ACTION: Chris to Change the CieLAB with a D50 default white
    point [recorded in
    [NEW] ACTION: Chris to Put together a high level overview stating
    the most important new features in SVG 2 [recorded in
    [NEW] ACTION: ChrisL to write up different proposals for markers
    [recorded in
    [NEW] ACTION: cyril to investigate how the buffered-rendering
    property can be improved for SVG2 [recorded in
    [NEW] ACTION: Doug to Add to the common convention document mark up
    for testable assertions [recorded in
    [NEW] ACTION: Doug to Add wiki href proposal to the SVG 2
    specification [recorded in
    [NEW] ACTION: doug to update FX wiki with telcon times [recorded in
    [NEW] ACTION: erik to ask Vincent Hardy and David Dailey about bias
    and ISSUE-2335 [recorded in
    [NEW] ACTION: jwatt to investigate Mozilla hosting an SVG WG F2F in
    Auckland, NZ in February/March [recorded in
    [NEW] ACTION: shepazu to define 'foreignObject' behavior in SVG
    Integration [recorded in
    [NEW] ACTION: shepazu to update Params spec to change URL syntax
    [recorded in

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Found Scribe: Chris
Found ScribeNick: ChrisL
Found ScribeNick: shepazu
Found Scribe: anthony
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Present: CyrilC ErikD AnthonyG JWatt ChrisL DougS
Found Date: 08 Sep 2010
Guessing minutes URL: [56]http://www.w3.org/2010/09/08-svg-minutes.html
People with action items: chris chrisl cyril doug erik jwatt shepazu

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