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CfC: marking sections as "ready for WG review", due Fri 7 February 2014

From: Cameron McCormack <cam@mcc.id.au>
Date: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:35 +1100
Message-ID: <52F07F33.3070006@mcc.id.au>
To: "public-svg-wg@w3.org" <public-svg-wg@w3.org>
Hello everyone,

If you remember the process we have for annotating the spec with the 
maturity of our changes since SVG 1.1, it is as follows:

* sections that have a light red background (the default) are those 
which are either text from SVG 1.1 that we still need to review/edit, or 
sections that are new in SVG 2 but are not quite finished/ready

* sections that have a yellow background (class="ready-for-wg-review") 
are those which are either text from SVG 1.1 that has been 
reviewed/edited, or sections that are new in SVG 2 and are ready for the 
WG to approve them

* sections that have a white background (class="ready-for-wider-review") 
are those which we believe are ready for wider review outside the WG

Also remember that when it came time to publish a new WD, sections that 
are yellow are signed off on and changed to white.  Since we resolved to 
publish a new WD in a week and a bit, we should do that signing off now.

Here are the sections in the spec that are currently "ready for WG 
review" and for which any objections to marking them as "ready for wider 
review" should be made known before the end of this Friday, 7 February.

* the "Bounding boxes" section of coords.html

* the 'auto-start-reverse' value for <marker orient>

* the "The bearing commands" section of paths.html
   in addition to assorted paragraphs scattered through section 8.3 that
   describe how relative commands are affected by the current bearing

* the definition of getBBox

As it turns out, all these changes are mine. :)  For all the remaining 
changes in this WD that are mentioned in the Changes appendix (and which 
are highlighted there), consider whether your changes are "complete" so 
that they can be marked as ready for WG review.

Of course, if there is some disagreement about whether a certain section 
should be marked as "ready for wider review" this does not affect 
whether the text is still in the draft, rather just the expectations of 
the state of flux a given section is in.

As with the previous Call for Consensus (i.e., WG decision made by 
email), silence will be taken as assent.  If there are any objections to 
marking a given section as "ready for wider review", we will simply 
leave them marked as "ready for WG review".


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