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Meeting Summary - 10 Dec 2007

[Meeting Summary - 10 Dec 2007] Early start, Requirements and Vocabulary to be published, Call for API work, meeting schedule. No problems were reported with the early start time of the weekly call. [Requirements] Following an update to the Requirements document on the wiki, the group has resolved that the text of these wiki pages shall be recast in formal W3C style and published as soon as possible. The new document represents a high-level view of the DDR requirements, showing via use cases how these requirements are motivated. [Vocabulary] The most recent editor's draft of the Core Vocabulary, incorporating editor's notes, has been accepted by the group as a good initial publication and the group has resolved that it shall be published as soon as possible. [API work] With the work on the document publications decided, the group returns its focus to the development of the API. This work is currently being conducted via Java as a concrete design environment. To this end, sample code has been stored in public space within W3C, and this code is also being in an Open Source external environment. Members and observers will be encouraged to work with this code. Unfortunately, the group does not feel that the material is in a sufficiently stable state to justify publishing a formal document describing the work. Instead, the effort shall be directed towards technical development, with most of the work being conducted via the public mailing list. The next task in this work is to address the nature of the Property class. [Schedule] The last call of 2007 shall be Monday 17 December. The first call of 2008 shall be January 7. There is a publication deadline of 19 December, by which the group aims to have the Requirements and Vocabulary documents ready for publication. Attendees: Martin, Rotan, Matt, Dimitar, Rafa, Jose Cantera, Anders, Rodrigo, Nacho, Jo.
Rotan Hanrahan


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