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People have had 3 days to raise objections and comments, and none have been forthcoming. No-one on the call has anything to add, other than to support the comment about the use of the term 'character'.
Therefore Richard will send the comments on to the CSS WG.
<scribe> ACTION: Richard to send on CSS3 Writing Modes comments to CSS WG [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2013/07/25-i18n-minutes.html#action01]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-245 - Send on CSS3 Writing Modes comments to CSS WG [on Richard Ishida - due 2013-08-01].
norbert: seems harmless
... multilingual templating worked in FF but not in Chrome
... but that's not a spec issue
norbert: Ecma TC39 meeting this
week in West Coast
... Anne is also here so I'll discuss the byte-string issue with him
The CSS Counter Styles spec is now in Last Call, and Richard has been reviewing it, and has been creating new tests for the i18n parts. He will announce the tests and results on the list when ready.
Our First Public Working Draft, Predefined Counter Styles, should be published today.
Richard has also developed a small tool for generating numbers using the algorithms described in the counter-style draft.