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Review techniques index pages to check that all the current links in the index point to the right place
<trackbot> ACTION-21 -- Kang-Hao (Kenny) Lu to review techniques index pages to check that all the current links in the index point to the right place -- due 2011-02-21 -- OPEN
<kennyluck> I need more time.
Send addison tools for conversion to HTML
Prepare to make tracker-based WG comment tables
<trackbot> ACTION-26 Prepare to make tracker-based WG comment tables closed
Work with matial to draft bidi comments on writing-mode
almost done... the comments have gone out
<trackbot> ACTION-27 Work with matial to draft bidi comments on writing-mode closed
<trackbot> ACTION-28 Change time of teleconference to 1500 UTC closed
forgot to send email to list on act. 5
gwyneth: support for digit substitution seems to be diminishing
firefox, IE8/9, etc don't support
scribe: used to automagically get
... but seeing a trend of non-support
richard: wanted this to happen
... IE9 was released yesterday-ish
<David> addison, where will you be speaking?
gwyneth: michael kaplan has a blog entry on it (Ie7 compatibility mode, etc...)
<kennyluck> +1 to ping CSS WG about this
gwyneth: follow up with CSS?
<scribe> ACTION: gwyneth: check into digit shaping with CSS [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2011/03/16-i18n-minutes.html#action01]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-29 - Check into digit shaping with CSS [on Gwyneth Marshall - due 2011-03-23].
richard: if you display something
that has (say) '1234' then you might want to see (say)
Devanagari digits even though the glyphs have changed
... what happens if you don't want digit shaping?
<David> Would you expect this to apply to Kanji digits?
gwyneth: there are three
... depends on user scenarios
<David> which would be conventionally used in vertical Japanese text, but not horizontal.
richard: can you figure out user scenarios
addison: do you mean wide (zenkaku) ascii?
<David> but also true Kanji
<andrewc> Would it apply to non decimal systems?
<andrewc> e.g. Ethiopic
gwyneth: never seen digit subs for ethiopic
richard: LISA has discontinued
... wondering what to do with their standards
(searchs for email)
<r12a> European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
richard: three orgs might want to take them
richard: should we be
... I would like to have been considered
... but not really web specific
<andrewc> More used by translation industry, more than localisation industry?
addison: anyone feel W3C and/or this WG should host these standrads?
felix: agree with richard that
... should we maybe give recommendations about groups
... another not on list is LRC
richard: bring to attention of unicode?
<fsasaki> felix: any other suggestions what standard body would fit here?
<scribe> ACTION: addison: ping Unicode via liasion about LISA standards status [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2011/03/16-i18n-minutes.html#action02]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-30 - Ping Unicode via liasion about LISA standards status [on Addison Phillips - due 2011-03-23].
felix: may have more info next
... also discussing with other localization folks; lots of small companies find membership cost to be an issue
<kennyluck> aphillip: I sent some comments about the Widgets related language identifiers
<kennyluck> ... asked them to reconsider a tag (didn't catch that)
richard: (polyglot) check back next week
addison: on widgets: case handling in tags and the use of obs-language-tag instead of language-range for production of filenames
1. Web Workers http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/WD-workers-20110310/ 2. Server-sent Events http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/WD-eventsource-20110310/ 3. Progress Events http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/WD-progress-events-20110310/
<kennyluck> +q to ask whether we should review Navigation Timing or there's nothing to review.
<Zakim> kennyluck, you wanted to ask whether we reviewed Navigation Timing or there's nothing to review.
kenny will look into it
<r12a> documented process for raising i18n comments to other WGs via the tracker http://www.w3.org/International/reviews/review-instructions
richard: last week I did the
... link is to process instructions
... also linked from review list
... please look at it
<r12a> Program finalised and published ! http://www.multilingualweb.eu/documents/pisa-workshop/program
richard: didn't mention it, but
... to MLWeb
richard: question about Korean
... thread on CSS and CJK list
<r12a> richard has to leave