RfC: Last Call WD of "Encoding"; deadline July 1


This is a Request for Comments for the June 3 "Encoding" specification 
that WebApps was asked to review:


Individual WG members are encouraged to provide individual feedback.

If anyone in WebApps wants to propose an official group response, please 
do so ASAP, in reply to this e-mail so the group can discuss it.

Comments should be sent to www-international@w3.org [1] by July 1. 
Presumably, group also welcomes data about "silent reviews", f.ex. "I 
reviewed section N.N and have no comments".

Addison - if there are any specific section(s) you want WebApps to 
review, please let us know. Also, unless we here otherwise from you, we 
will assume our review should be against the LCWD and _not_ the latest ED.

-Thanks, AB

[1] <http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-international/>

On 6/3/14 3:44 PM, Phillips, Addison wrote:
> Today, 3 June 2014, the Internationalization Working Group published a Last Call Working Draft of the "Encoding" specification. The Internationalization WG specifically invites the following working group's comments: HTML, CSS, Webapps, Webapps Security, SVG, XML Core. We welcome and encourage other reviews.
> Title: Encoding
> Publication: 3 June 2014
> LC Ends: 1 July 2014
> URI: http://www.w3.org/TR/encoding/
> Full LC URI: http://www.w3.org/TR/2014/WD-encoding-20140603/
> Editors URI: http://encoding.spec.whatwg.org/
> Instructions for Providing Feedback:
> Please submit comments to the www-international@w3.org mailing list with a subject line prefixed with "[Encoding]". The Internationalization working group will track issues and create bugzilla bugs for you.
> Issues are tracked by the Working Group here: https://www.w3.org/International/track/products/25
> Open bugs against the Encoding spec are found here: https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/buglist.cgi?product=WHATWG&component=Encoding&resolution=---
> Abstract of this Specification:
> While encodings have been defined to some extent, implementations have not always implemented them in the same way, have not always used the same labels, and often differ in dealing with undefined and former proprietary areas of encodings. This specification attempts to fill those gaps so that new implementations do not have to reverse engineer encoding implementations of the market leaders and existing implementations can converge.
> This document is a snapshot of the WHATWG document of the same name.
> Record of the Decision to Request Transition:
>       http://www.w3.org/2014/05/29-i18n-minutes.html#item05
> There are no formal objections to this document currently.
> The patent disclosure page is located here: http://www.w3.org/2004/01/pp-impl/32113/status
> The last call period for this document will end 1 July 2014 (approximately 4 weeks).
> Addison Phillips
> Chair (W3C I18N WG)

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