IRC log of xhtml on 2009-01-28

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Zakim, this will be IA_XHTML2
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Meeting: XHTML2 Working Group Teleconference
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Date: 28 January 2009
14:43:33 [Roland]
Agenda: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-xhtml2/2009Jan/0072.html
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Chair: Roland
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+??P5
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+Roland
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+??P12
14:45:05 [ShaneM]
zakim, ??P12 is ShaneM
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+ShaneM; got it
14:45:06 [mgylling]
Zakim, ??P5 is mgylling
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+mgylling; got it
14:45:08 [Roland]
Zakim, ??P5 is mgylling
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I already had ??P5 as mgylling, Roland
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+ +04670855aaaa
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Zakim, aaaa is Tina
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+Tina; got it
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14:46:32 [Steven]
zakim, dial steven-617
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ok, Steven; the call is being made
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+Steven
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Regrets: Gregory
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scribe: Steven
14:48:38 [Steven]
Topic: XHTML Media types
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Steven: It should be up any minute this afternoon
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http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-media-types/
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14:49:32 [alessio]
zakim, ??P13 is Alessio
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+Alessio; got it
14:49:41 [Steven]
Topic: @lang
14:50:03 [Steven]
Roland: If we want that in the specs, then we would need the change before we do the transition requests
14:50:14 [Steven]
Sahne: I don't min
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s/Sahne/Shane?
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s/min/mind/
14:50:42 [Steven]
... but it only really affects 1.1
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Roland: Mobile Web want it in Basic as well
14:51:50 [Steven]
Shane: @lang is harmless and helpful
14:52:00 [Steven]
Roland: And there is support from I18N
14:52:33 [Steven]
Shane: We have to say something about how the two interact
14:53:00 [Steven]
... but putting @lang into 1.1 invalidates the XHTML Media types doc
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Shane: Someone from Opera complained about us minting new DOCTYPEs
14:54:15 [Steven]
... because they hardwire the DTD names
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... I told them that we have rules for DTD names, and it ought to work
14:55:03 [Steven]
... so if you serve Firefox a 1.1+RDFa doc, then character entities don't work
14:55:49 [Steven]
Steven: But the media type says it
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Shane: True
14:56:11 [Steven]
Shane: But I am now nervous about telling people to use new DOCTYPES
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Tina: People need character entities
14:56:43 [Steven]
Tina: Tricky
14:57:27 [Steven]
Steven: This is a bug in the browser
15:00:46 [Steven]
... strictly they should recognise the DTD
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... if they take a shortcut
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... recognising a small set of hardwired DTD names is nto good enough
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... they should use the namespace (or something)
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Shane: Or the media type
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Roland: Aren't we off topic; this is a different issue to @lang
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Shane: Yes, I ratholed
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... the fundamental issue isn't to authors who deliver as text/html, but application/xhtml+xml
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... we need to address the larger issue for 1.2
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Roland: Anybosy opposed adding @lang to 1.1 for this transition?
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s/bosy/body/
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s/adding/to adding/
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... and Basic
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RESOLVED: add @lang to 1.1 and Basic before transitioning
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Steven: Should I continue with the transition of 1.0, or wait for them all to go together?
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Shane: I can make the change really quickly
15:09:01 [Steven]
... I will send out tomorrow proposed language
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... until Friday for comment
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... Transition request Monday
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Steven: OK
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Tina: No objections
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TOPIC: XHTML2
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rrsagent, make minutes
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I have made the request to generate http://www.w3.org/2009/01/28-xhtml-minutes.html Steven
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Steven has changed the topic to: Agenda: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-xhtml2/2009Jan/0072.html
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Tina: I prefer to keep useful elements in
15:10:51 [Roland]
INS and DEL http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-xhtml2/2009Jan/0012.html
15:13:40 [Steven]
Steven: The attributes are much more useful
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... you can't delete or insert a table row for instance
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Roland: I think that doing this as metadata works quite well
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... but if people are used to ins and del, we could keep them as well
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Shane: It is difficult to express the content models of ins and del with schema and DTD
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q+
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q-
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Steven: Attributes make more possible, and in the bargain solves the problem of the messy content models
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Roland: insertion and deletion is metadata about a paragraph for instance, not structure
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Tina: But what about included text
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Roland: That was my proposed compromise
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... only allow ins and del in text content
15:25:45 [alessio]
+1
15:26:02 [Steven]
Roland: Let's discuss this in the mail then
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s/mail/list
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Topic: p content model
15:28:11 [Steven]
Steven: I don't see what the problem is
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... we enlarged the content model to include what people think of as a paragraph
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... People sent us use cases that we agreed to support
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... you don't *have* to include quotations or tables in a paragraph, but you have the option
15:31:16 [Steven]
Tina: I'm not convinced that they are valid use cases
15:31:47 [Steven]
... can we dig out some language expert who will resolve this?
15:34:25 [Steven]
Roland: We shouldn't legislate what the user may think of as a paragraph
15:34:33 [Steven]
... the author may decide
15:35:07 [Steven]
Shane: At the moment you can have a p inside a p
15:38:01 [Steven]
... I checked the issues case and indeed we have people asking for this
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... but also the reverse
15:40:54 [ShaneM]
I am now convinced by Steven's example.
15:42:24 [ShaneM]
Steven's exeample was a paragraph that said "Today I will do: (some table of stuff) then I will go home."
15:42:57 [Steven]
Steven: I want to be able to write "Here is an example: [[1][2][3][4]], which show sthat...."
15:43:09 [alessio]
I've seen many example, expecially in the public administrations sites
15:43:21 [Steven]
... and I don't want to be disallowed that.
15:43:38 [Steven]
... If you don't want to do that, don't do it, but please don't try to stop me doing it.
15:44:23 [ShaneM]
p content model is currently (PCDATA | Text | List | blockcode | blockquote | pre | table )*
15:44:27 [Steven]
Roland: Time's up
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... I will study the content model further
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-ShaneM
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-mgylling
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-Steven
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[Adjourn]
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-Alessio
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-Roland
15:46:06 [alessio]
bye! :)
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15:46:19 [Steven]
zakim, who is here?
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On the phone I see Tina
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On IRC I see RRSAgent, ShaneM, Roland, Tina, Steven, trackbot
15:46:25 [Steven]
zakim, dro ptina
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I don't understand 'dro ptina', Steven
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zakim, drop tine
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sorry, Steven, I do not see a party named 'tine'
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zakim, drop tina
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Tina is being disconnected
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IA_XHTML2()9:45AM has ended
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Attendees were Roland, ShaneM, mgylling, +04670855aaaa, Tina, Steven, Alessio
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rrsagent, make minutes
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I have made the request to generate http://www.w3.org/2009/01/28-xhtml-minutes.html Steven