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<scribe> ACTION: Addison: write to html-wg after richard's note is sent asking for process clarification DONE [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2010/04/07-core-minutes.html#action01]
Norbert: respond to DAP WG with a more comprehensive description of the problem of converting calendars and invite further conversation (shared telecon ??)
Work begun, hopefully done today
richard: write to html-wg expressing support for editor's changes and pointing out the oversight in description of <meta> C-L's structure
RI: I'll be speaking at Localization world in June in Berlin
Norbert: TPAC scheduled for November - should we assume that we will meet there?
RI: yes, it'll be in Lyon,
... we should plan to attend
<David> Richard: Meta content-lang was supposed to be for servers to pick up lang for header, but it does not seem to be actually used for this purpose.
<David> from some research, it appears that it is commonly filled with meaningless values.
<David> Richard suggests deprecating it, for this reason. Although it is de-facto being used to set default language.
<David> Then new documents should use http or rdfa to specify it.
<David> It is currently recognised by many developers, but prone to confusion.
<David> ACTION: all Read the Issue 88 thread with deprecation in mind [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2010/04/07-core-minutes.html#action02]
<David> Richard: been unable to progress much due to other issues...
<David> Aharon has had a meeting in Israel and come up with further suggestings.
<David> Mati: Bidi list has been active, and we should try to integrate results into HTML5 WG soon.
<David> mati: It is now time to separate good and bad then stabilise the documentation, but will be travelling and may be unable to assist.
<David> Richard: Agrees we should progress it. Does Aharon have a planned date.
<David> Mati: Not spoken to him recently, so not sure.
<David> ACTION: Prompt Aharon on Bidi document progress. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2010/04/07-core-minutes.html#action03]
<David> Widgets comments need to be raised soon or it will be too late.
<David> bidi overrides seem satisfactory.
<David> ACTION: All: Any widget comments need to be emailed in next 24 hours. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2010/04/07-core-minutes.html#action04]
Ruby in HTML5
DOM3 Key events
previous comments currently being implemented
HTML5 i18n review, including Issue-88
HTML, the Markup Language
<David> David: May need to consider calendar impact on HTML5 <input type="date"> etc.
Character encodings in HTML and CSS tutorial
<David> HTML5 seems to be expanding its scope, as you can use XHTML strict types but not transitional...
Additional Requirements for Bidi in HTML
Japanese Layout Requirements
Felix: Murata san has taken core requirements from JLReq and used for EPUB specification and it may be workth us looking at that
<scribe> ACTION: Felix to send information about Japanese EPUB requirements [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2010/04/07-core-minutes.html#action05]
<David> EPUB is used for Ebook readers like Kindle
<David> Also compatible with Daisy format for talking books, so Daisy is a subset of EPUB.
<fsasaki> http://www.openebook.org/ (specifying epub)
<David> unsure of market share of EPUB
<David> EPUB used on IPAD, Samsung, Google Android devices etc...
<David> Not currently the dominant standard, as much is PDF and proprietary formats
Vertical text tests
<David> while EPUB is is trying to be cross proprietary boundaries.
Finishing the i18n test suite port
<David> groups intenting to use the tests: Opera (internally), CSS2.1 HTML5 possibly.
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