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Timed Text Change Proposals
This page provides an index for work packages.
We create a work package here to track progress on drafting of significant new sections or revisions to a text.
Each work package should at minimum indicate:
- An owner (member of the TTWG)
- Which product it relates to
- What issues or bugs it addresses (backlog items)
- What impact it will have on the product (edit actions)
A work package should over time accumulate a complete set of editing instructions for the editor to apply. The editor will indicate by marking these as done when applied to the relvant product. They will be retained in the work package in order to provide an audit trail.
A work package will be developed in short bursts of time called iterations, defined by the owner but typically two weeks. At the end of each iteration the owner should report to the WG on the change of status of the backlog items and edit actions.
The backlog of issues will be held in our bug repository, at the start of each iteration the owner should prioritise the backlog isues that pertain to the work package and copy over as many new issues that apply to the work item that the owner deems achievable within the iteration; as issue is addressed it should be marked off in the work item, but again retained to provide an audit trail
When no more unmarked issues or edit actions remain in the work package, and no backlog items exist in the database that have not been applied to the work package, it can be marked as closed by prefixing the title with "CLOSED".
Ordinarily a work package once closed should not be re-opened, if new issues are discovered on a product, then a new work package should be created to track them.
Open and Assigned packages
- Amendments to the set attribute
- Allowing origin and extent on block elements
- HTML5 Mapping semantics
- TTML DOM API
- Animation beyond set
- Style.CSS additions
Open and Unassigned Packages
If you wish to own one of the following and are a TTWG memeber, simply start editing and move to the section above. Then declare this at the next available team meeting. Otherwise please contact the TTWG chair before making any changes, we will be pleased to induct you as part of our group.
- 3D extensions
- Complexity model
- Editorial cleanup
- Metadata vocab
- Profile fixes
- Schema fixes
- Audio rendering
- Style.Image additions
- Style.Syntax fixes
- XML fixes