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<trackbot> Date: 04 May 2011
<ebruchez> All, sorry I will call a bit later today
ok ebruchez irc only for now.
<unl> me too, phone set broken again
<nick> scribe: nick
klotz: Someone from google re-invented XForms
<klotz> Charles McCathieNevile says "That in turn was a pretty straight rip-off from Xforms which allows the
<klotz> same thing with a little more power, and is even closer to what it seems
<klotz> you're looking to do."
klotz: We should ask to talk with
... anybody against us contacting them
... maybe we should keep our response general
... I will send the response if that's ok
<scribe> ACTION: klotz to repond to http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-webapps/2011AprJun/0406.html [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2011/05/04-forms-minutes.html#action01]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-1796 - Repond to http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-webapps/2011AprJun/0406.html [on Leigh Klotz, Jr. - due 2011-05-11].
klotz: philip for the people on the phone your the most involved can you sumerize?
pfennell: Under my point of view it shouldn't be a function but an action, so the transform could be in the instance
nick: what is the difference between the function and the action concerning this
John_Boyer: with the function it
is difficult to know if it is a uri or a node
... When it is in the instance you have depency problems because currently we don't add dependencies to the descendants
nick: we have that problem also with id() function and some others, and said then that we could solve this by adding extra dependencies
John_Boyer: we didn't solve this on the wiki because we sidestepped the issue by only allowing uri's
pfennell: can't you use #id?
nick: you can't point inside the
... you can only reference the static document which is present at load time
... we can't point to the live instance
instance: //id-of-instance#id could work too
klotz: we could define duration
of the session to fetch the url's
... in XSLT they define that the url's are de-referenced only once during a transform
nick: It is the same problem as we discussed for XPath 2.0
John_Boyer: We could determine the type based on the type of the node (if it is a URI)
klotz: We have to be careful that it also works for other transform language
klotz: Three case:
2) it is top level element allowed by xslt
3) If it is string
<alain> Sorry, I have to leave now... Bye!
John_Boyer: I thought sting would default to URI
klotz: then it won't work for
... we could add an extra parameter pointing out the parameter value
nick: I don't like the idea of parameter that dynamicly identifies the parameter type
<John_Boyer> transform(object, objectType, inputNode?). objectType would say how to interpret the object, xslt or xquery or what have you.
<John_Boyer> maybe a mistake, but the actual type analysis on the first parameter could be used to decide whether it provides a URI or whether it provides the octets of the transformer
klotz: If we have support for
multiple transform languages we can rely on the media type for
... but this doen't work for nodes
John_Boyer: what about file://
... then you don't have media-types
klotz: they could determine the transformer type
<John_Boyer> objectType => mediaTypeOfObject
klotz: for the local objects it will be much harder to implement
nick: #id is also a pointer to a node
<John_Boyer> identifying the type of the content referenced by the first param object is a separate problem from identifying the type of the first param object
klotz: we could go for two functions
<John_Boyer> Erik is asking about the type of the first param object, being just URI or also being a node whose string content *is* the transformer
klotz: we could say that it is nver a URI
nick: In my use cases I don't need to change the stylesheet dynamicly and therefor I would keep my stylesheets externally
John_Boyer: We could define the implementation of the function, so we could even in XPath 1.0 ask the processor what the type is, and if it is derived from anyURI we could dereference to URI
<John_Boyer> <bind nodeset="some/node" type="xsd:anyURI"/>
(discussion about what a valid URI is according XSD)
John_Boyer: what is the mime-type of XSLT
nick: isn't it just application/XML
<John_Boyer> transform(some/node) would treat the node as a URI because that is its type, and this could be done in XPath 1.0
<John_Boyer> challenges: default is string, which seems wrong
John_Boyer: We have a challenge on the first parameter because the default should be string and it would be anyURI for this
<John_Boyer> and for the second arg, the challenge is that there aren't good mediatypes for the transforms, e.g. xslt is just application/xml
klotz: We don't want to use type polymorphism for the first parameter so we suggest two parameters
ebruchez: If you do two functions how do you handle the XQuery case
klotz: if it is a uri the de mime-type would be application/xquery
ebruchez: historically you specify a type in html, of course there is default
klotz: why do you come back with a proposal?
<John_Boyer> also a problem with current tranform() because the first param URI will return octets whose mediatype won't clearly identify xslt
John_Boyer: There is something wrong with the currently wrong with the transform function in the wiki because it doesn't has a media-type parameter
pfennell: another transformation language could be XProc
<klotz> The media type application/xslt+xml will be registered for XSLT stylesheet modules
<John_Boyer> wouldn't want to have to parse the application/xml content in order to get the root element namespace in order to decide if it is xstl vs. xproc vs. some other transformation.
<scribe> ACTION: ebruchez to propose new name for transform for uri in email. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2011/05/04-forms-minutes.html#action02]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-1797 - Propose new name for transform for uri in email. [on Erik Bruchez - due 2011-05-11].
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