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<scribe> ScribeNick: aphillip
<scribe> Scribe: Addison Phillips
<David> I'll be with you in 5 minutes
Addison: send list of pending
reviews and update review radar so we can respond to
... Ping CSS3 about normalization issue
... supply text to WG of a suitable selectors normalization health warning
richard: mock up changes to indexes for review
David: poll the working group about date and time changes for the teleconference due to Summer/Daylight Time
<scribe> IN PROGRESS
<David> 10 seconds...
richard: need to reply about
... today, no extension
addison: it's in our agenda
<r12a> yes we can hear you
addison: i would like to indicate
that we'll have a f2f at tpac 2009
... which is in sta. clara, California
... have seen no objections; not many folks can come?
<scribe> ACTION: Addison: sign up i18n for tpac 2009 [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2009/03/11-core-minutes.html#action01]
david has pulled together our responses
b most popular (1900 UTC)
any objections to making this our new teleconference time?
(following 28th march)
<scribe> ACTION: Addison: change zakim reservation beginning in April to reflect new telecon time of 1900Z [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2009/03/11-core-minutes.html#action02]
discussion of language tagging and selection in SKOS
richard: asked for wording about their not showing what best practice is
"See the SKOS Primer for more examples of labeling SKOS concepts. Note that the labeling shown in these examples does not necessarily indicate best practice. The SKOS Reference tries to establish a general framework that is applicable across a range of situations, which may then be refined and/or constrained by usage conventions for more specific situations. Application and language-specific usage conventions are out of scope for the SKOS Reference."
Because there are many more language tags that can be generated than there are distinct labels needed in any particular KOS, it is recommended that implementations match requests for a label in a given language to related language tags that exist in the SKOS document, perhaps by implementing the "lookup" algorithm from IETF BCP 47. This allows the SKOS document to carry only those labels that are distinct for a given language or collection of languages.
<scribe> ACTION: Addison: reply to SKOS supporting richard and addison's positions [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2009/03/11-core-minutes.html#action03]
Richard would like us to agree to move forward with the alphabetic index replacing the current topic index and rearranging the main navigation links as per 283.html
addison: any comments?
<najib> I have remarks about Arabic titles. Will be sent by mail.
<najib> Can help with index.
<najib> That's all.
richard; two things here
scribe: first, would like green
... second, would also like to rearrange site nav links as described in email linked above
addison: can we spell i18n
... also a little concerned to see an "alphabet tab", since this is commonly an i18n warning sign
<scribe> chair: any objections ot making live?
<scribe> ACTION: Richard: make the new index live with appropriate changes to site nav and responding to issues raised [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2009/03/11-core-minutes.html#action04]
addison: volunteer to participate in future xml telecon?
richard: would like to clean this list up
<scribe> ACTION: Richard: clean up qa-lang-priorities [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2009/03/11-core-minutes.html#action05]
Richard would also like feedback on the proposed text and associated links on the home page related to setting language as per the first part of 287.html
richard: would like to put the
languages on the home page, with a target page with
... any thoughts?
richard will send a note to the list saying "I'm about to do this"
public and winter
just to winter
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