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<trackbot> Closed ACTION-167 Review john daggett/david baron's case tests and suggest any changes/additions needed.
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-171 forward comments on case sensitivity to CSS.
<David> I saw the CSS case (in)sensitivity discussions, but had little to add.
<scribe> chair: welcomes two new members
richard: MLW workshop in rome in
... you should register soon, as seats are filling
> There's a zakim crush at 16:00 due to large telecons starting up. If we want > to spill over, even a little, past the hour allocated, we may need to move the > start of the telecon forward, since we will be unpopular if we go past the top > of the hour.
... didn't see anything about other items that need localization
... e.g. a color or an image that need localizatoin but aren't *translated*
... is there an attribute that allows to make localizable?
felix: there is a locale filter that could select items for localization
norbert: need a way to markup and manage items that need to be localized, but not for translators to make different words
felix: would be useful to have examples
... active discussion about isolates
... and ITS has directionality
... depend on HTML5?
felix: on direction, our test
... lists what's been done
... first table has row for dir
... ENLASO and U.Limerick working on it
... don't render, but do pass
... worry about ruby
... no implementations working on
r12a: concern why direction
section is non-normative, should it just be in BP doc?
... ruby continues to change in HTML5
... understood that those sections there
... possible to edit before release
... to reflect latest thinking
... can change because non-normative
... v1 of ITS did implement
norbert: what's in ITS 2 doesn't
match ITS 1 or what will be in HTML5
... needs extension spec?
direction: keep, note that developments are coming
ruby: take out as unimplemented
direction needs to be normative if present
r12a: largest issue
... discussion "what about dfn and <term>"?
... stuff about relationship of ITS to HTML5 goes to BP doc?
... unclear on objectives viz HTML5
... move unclear stuff to BP document was my understanding
... but document objectives suggest that ITS would document how ITS relates to HTML5
felix: aim is to show how ITS
native metadata in HTML5
... some exceptions
... @translate attribute maps directly to/from HTML5
... also @lang
... those exceptions have clear mapping
... point about stuff like dfn or term
... HTML can use for different purposes than ITS uses for
... HTML <dt> was focued on
... not a straight-forward mapping
felix: hard to justify hardcoding a rule such as the dt rule
Norbert: should be note on "similar" elements to describe potential mappings
r12a: if it's only situations where normative relationships can be drawn between HTML5 constructs and ITS constructs, then the ITS spec needs to make point much more clearly