<JcK> Richard: thanks. I've already beaten the current crew up with most of that
addison: I've started to work on the timezone note
… I think I want to retire the time zone proposal action item
… will work on backwards deletion soon
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-437.
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-1140.
Bert: Proposed text with r12a, haven't responded to issue #996 yet
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-1143.
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-1144.
<r12a> close ACTION-1142
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-1142.
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-1145.
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-1146.
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-1147.
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-1148.
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-1149.
<trackbot> Closed ACTION-1150.
r12a: I was a little concerned because our meeting agenda will go to the public list instead of the member list
… I sent an email to vivien
… he said the public list is db-backed
… Mark Davis is on the member list but not the public list, but I suspect that's because he's one of the people who don't want to received lots of emails
… there's no way to change where the agenda should go to
… if we want to schedule something we don't want other people to know about, and we dont' want to send it to public, but that doesn't seem to occur anyway
… so i don't think there's any way we can do anything
addison: the public list gets all of our digest
r12a: all of our actions also go to the public list anyway
r12a: i'm looking at the member list, not a lot of things other than agenda+
… and regrets
r12a: the public list doesn't have more subscribers than the member list
… the subscribers are mostly the same
… there isn't really anything we can do about it
… the only thing we can do is to use the member list less
xfq: we'd like the Groups to answer the survey on Group attendance at TPAC by the end of this month
ACTION: addison: fill in TPAC logistics survey
<trackbot> Created ACTION-1151 - Fill in tpac logistics survey [on Addison Phillips - due 2022-05-19].
xfq: health rules ^
r12a: I got an email from @@ about all kinds of counter styles
addison: two incoming requests
addison: Web Neural Network API and MiniApp Lifecycle
… atsushi to review WebNN
… addison and Bert to review MiniApp Lifecycle
atsushi: did not find anything else except the existing pending issues
addison: any objections on moving CSS Custom Highlight API Module Level 1 to completed?
fuqiao: they are moving towards CR
fuqiao: all four issues raised by addison
… they closed this issue, believe it is fixed
fuqiao: can close
addison: no objection
addison: they are duplicating a list from html, others have also
David: I think it's bad form but sometimes people need to say "exactly this" like WCAG x.x or HTML x.x
David: also think it is bad form, but working in an environment where required to do "exactly X"
addison: any objections on accepting this?
xfq: close this
WSGL identifier comparison
fuqiao: they already copied our green box from specdev
… that lgtm
… the other is to use 'idential to' or 'is' from Infra
… but they chose not to use deliberately because Infra uses code units
… but they want to use code points
addison: effectively the same thing
Two WGSL identifiers are the same if and only if they consist of the same sequence of code points.
addison: the second note is still kind of scary
r12a: it's in a note so I'm assuming this is just a suggestion
addison: their definition of homographs is weird
… i think they need to say something like visually the same or visually confusable
r12a: but i think that might be a separate issue
addison: could be
addison: are we good?
xfq: for this issue we are satisfied and can close the tracker, right?
Pull-Request on specdev
addison: thank you for your suggestions, r12a
… they're very helpful
r12a: had to retrofit all of your changes to the new version
addison: any objections on the changes I made?
Changes to specdev checklists
[r12a shares his screen]
r12a: i made big changes to the specdev checklist
… for three reasons
… 1. the checklist is too long
… need a more effcient way
… basically what they say to do a checklist, you go to the section which is relevant
… most of the specs are relevant to language and direction but nothing else
… before we had to click all the section headings
… now we need only click once
… you don't have to click on two checkboxes, you only need to click the second one if it's relevant and you have fixed it
… we can get away from the wiki
… we can do a short checklist and a long checklist in a github issue
… all on the same page now
… you couldn't change check marks on the wiki
David: language and direction are pretty much relevant to every spec and we can make it checked by default
r12a: ok, thank you
… it's actually less work than before
… previously you couldn't see the wood for the trees
… the short list says "also check the long list"
addison: we're doing away from the short checklist?
… you go through the short checklist to find which is relevant
… then you go through the long checklist to check the details
addison: I think the short checklist doesn't refer to every section in specdev
… because it's short
Bert: the button that generates the markdown
… why not generate the button automatically?
<Zakim> Bert, you wanted to suggest that the ‘generate markup’ button can be replaced with an automatically updating function.
Bert: people might forget to click the button again after changing the checkboxes
r12a: i'm starting to think maybe we should start copying the character model to specdev
<Bert> (Not a fan of pages opening in a new tab/window, unless I do that myself with a right-click. I often do not notice that a tab opened and then get confused why the back button doesn't work...)
r12a: will do experiment on section 4.1
addison: charmod has grown old
r12a: readability improvement and the opportunity to update the information