IRC log of xproc on 2011-10-13

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zakim, this will be xproc
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ok, Norm; I see XML_PMWG()10:00AM scheduled to start in 2 minutes
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Meeting: XML Processing Model WG
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Date: 13 October 2011
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Agenda: http://www.w3.org/XML/XProc/2011/10/06-agenda
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Meeting: 199
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Chair: Norm
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Scribe: Norm
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ScribeNick: Norm
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XML_PMWG()10:00AM has now started
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zakim, passcode?
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the conference code is 97762 (tel:+1.617.761.6200 sip:zakim@voip.w3.org), Norm
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zakim, who's here?
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On the phone I see Alex_Milows, JimFuller, Norm, PGrosso
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On IRC I see Vojtech, ht, alexmilowski, Zakim, RRSAgent, PGrosso, Norm, jimfuller, Liam, caribou
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Regrets: Mohamed
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Present: Alex, Jim, Norm, Paul, Henry, Vojtech
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-> http://www.w3.org/XML/XProc/docs/xml-proc-profiles.html
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zakim, who's here?
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On the phone I see Alex_Milows, JimFuller, Norm, PGrosso, Vojtech, ht
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On IRC I see Vojtech, ht, alexmilowski, Zakim, RRSAgent, PGrosso, Norm, jimfuller, Liam, caribou
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Topic: Accept this agenda?
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-> http://www.w3.org/XML/XProc/2011/10/13-agenda
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Accepted.
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Topic: Accept minutes from the previous meeting?
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-> http://www.w3.org/XML/XProc/2011/10/06-minutes
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Accepted.
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Topic: Next meeting: telcon, 20 October 2011?
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No regrets heard.
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Topic: XML processor profiles issues
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-> http://www.w3.org/XML/XProc/2010/11/lc-comments/
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Norm: We've got a bunch of open issues. Henry, want to give us an update?
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Henry: The only changes I've got planned are the one's minuted last week. Renaming of the profiles, renaming B' to S, and changing of a bit of wording in 4.2.3.
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Norm: Thank you, Henry.
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Norm: Let's skim over the open issues and see how many we feel comfortable marking as closed.
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Norm: I think issue 1 is resolved.
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Vojtech: I think so.
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ACTION: Henry to review isssue 3 (2) and 3 (3) as editorial making changes as the editor sees fit
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Henry: WRT comment 4, add a sentence to the beginning of section 3 clarifying how the classes are derived from the table below.
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...Comment (5) is resolved by section 7 in the latest draft.
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Norm: That leaves (1); Liam objects to calling the Infoset a data model.
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Henry: If I changed it to "the infoset or data models that capture similar information"...is that OK?
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Paul: Sure.
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Norm: Issue 4 was a thread we did about browsers. I think we can close that.
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Alex: It's possible the browser could do more, but I don't think we're going get a better story.
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...I'd like XInclude, but we don't have a profile for that the browsers could do.
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Henry: I think it's fine; in so far as the point of the full profile is that you basically have the document that the author committed to, I think having XInclude but not external entities is odd in that respect.
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Alex: Unless you're in a DTD-less world, then it's not odd.
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Norm: Issue 5 is about test cases, but we're going to try not to do CR, so we can close it, yes?
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No objections
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Norm: Issue 6 from the Core WG.
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Norm: I think we've removed "recommended" which helps, and I think we'll need something in the introduction to spell out why we chose the profiles we did.
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ACTION: Norm to attempt to draft that prose, cf. cmsmcq's comment 1
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Norm: Issue 7; I don't think we're going to get the browsers to move on that.
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Alex: The point there was the second bit, having standalone have an interpretation.
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Henry: The browsers aren't going to pay attention to the standalone declaration.
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...Unless we change the XML spec to change the default. The problem is that the default is standalone=no. So if we ask the browsers to change to make standalone=no an error, we'll break all XHTML. It's a lose-lose situation.
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Henry: The one thing we could imagine doing is to say that there's a media-type dependent default which is standalone=yes. What we'd be asking the browsers to do is two things: (1) give an error in the presence of an explicit standalone=no, and (2) give an error for non-HTML XML unless there's an explicit standalone=yes
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Norm: In 1997, maybe. But today it's just not worth it. We'd be asking every user serving non-XHTML XML to change.
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Henry: So how would Core feel about saying that the XML XHTML5 spec can default standalone=no
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...If we don't do this, then we should have raised an issue on XHTML5 saying that they're not raising an error when XML says they should.
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Further discussion, leading to the observation that standalone is a validity constraint
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Paul: I'm happy to have the Core WG say something if it helps make things work better.
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...as long as it doesn't rewrite the XML spec.
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Alex: I think the question is, if you look at the combination of our new document with the smallest profile and the XHTML5 spec, what's the interpretation of the standalone attribute.
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ACTION: Paul to put standalone on the Core agenda.
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Norm: Let's skip 8 for the moment, I think we've resolved 9 by removing the word "recommended"
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Norm: I think 10 is resolved.
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Norm: I think 11 and 12 are just observations, not comments on the spec
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Norm: I think 13 is resolved by adding section 7
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ACTION: Henry to add a note to the effect that we are talking about static parsing, not dynamic environments
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Henry: issues 14 and 15 are informational, not comments on the spec
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Norm: Issue 16 is clearly a bug.
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Topic: Any other business?
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Norm encourages everyone to read xproc-dev
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-JimFuller
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Adjourned
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-PGrosso
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-Vojtech
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rrsagent, set logs world-visible
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rrsagent, draft minutes
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I have made the request to generate http://www.w3.org/2011/10/13-xproc-minutes.html Norm
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-Alex_Milows
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-Norm
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