ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34N0556
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34
Information Technology --
Document Description and Processing Languages
|TITLE:||WG1 Recommendations of November 2004 Meeting - Washington DC|
|ACTION:||For SC34 resolutions|
|DISTRIBUTION:||SC34 and Liaisons|
Dr. James David Mason
(ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34 Secretariat - Standards Council of Canada)
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Recommendations of November 2004 Meeting of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34/WG1 in Washington DC, USA
1. Revision of Part 1
The editor of Part 1 is requested to prepare a revised CD text based on comments received from WG1 and to submit it for national body ballot.
2. FCD for Part 2
Having received no response from the editor regarding the proposed disposition of comments for the PDAM for Part 2 WG1 instructs Alex Brown to produce final XML text for the PDAM for submission to ISO.
3. Disposition of Comments for Ballot Response for Part 3
WG1 requests that the editor of Part 3 prepare an FCD, incorporating accepted changes, including those requested by Japan. WG1 recommends that, after electronic review of the FCD by WG1 members, the revised text be submitted to the ISO/IEC central secretariat for publication. WG1 asks that SC34 considers asking JTC1 to make the final text freely available.
4. Disposition of Comments for Ballot Response for Part 4
WG1 requests that the editor of Part 4 prepare an FCD, incorporating accepted changes. WG1 recommends that, after electronic review of the FCD by WG1 members the revised text be submitted to the ISO/IEC central secretariat for publication. WG1 recommends that SC34 should ask JTC1 to make the final text freely available as the document is based on a fast-tracked Japanese standard that is publicly available, which has previously been circulated as Part 2 of ISO/IEC 22250.
5. Revision of Part 7
WG1 requests that Makoto Murata to create a revised CD for Part 7 based on the discussions held in Cambridge and the sample schemas submitted for the Washington meeting, taking into account the comments made by attendees to the WG1 meeting as submitted by email.
6. Revision of Part 8
The editor of Part 8 is requested to prepare a revised CD text based on comments received from WG1 and to submit it for national body ballot.
7. Revision of Part 9
The editor of Part 9 is requested to prepare a WD text based on discussion held in WG1 and to submit it for committee review.
8. Preparation of Technical Report for Part 10
WG1 requests national bodies identify expertise on XML Pipelines, ANT, Jelly, JAXP and/or Cocoon, etc, who could prepare information that could be incorporated into a technical report that could show how existing pipelining languages could be used to choreograph the relationships between DSDL-based processing sequences.
9. Review of the Relationships between Parts 3, 5 and 6
WG1, having noted some of the functionality provided in the recently updated proposed specification for XML Path 2.0, asks member bodies to consider whether a constrained subset of this specification could be used with the Datatype Library Language (DTLL) proposed for Jeni Tennison as the basis of Part 5 to provide a simple mechanism for extending Part 3 constraints to manage datatype validation error reporting.
10. Review of all Parts
WG1 requests editors of all parts of ISO/IEC 19757 to review what changes would be required to accept the extensions to naming rules, etc, provided by versions 1.1 of XML and XML Namespaces and to submit PDAMs for review by national bodies that will enable schemas based on these extended specifications to be used in conjunction with DSDL.
WG1 expresses its appreciation to IDEAlliance for the meeting facilities provided to its members in Washington.
WG1 expresses its appreciation to Dyomedea in France and Eric van der Vlist for the support of WG1 through web site hosting and associated services.
B. WG1 Meetings Schedule
??th – ??th May 2004 in Amsterdam, Holland