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Subject: about proposed-changes-d1.zip


Unzip it to a directory.  Then browse proposed-changes-local.html.  This is 
what I suggest for the proposed-changes document that the TC will offer to 
the WG.  You will notice that its format relies heavily on archive 
pointers, links to the Submission (original text), and links to an edited 
version of the latter to illustrate the proposed change.

This is now done for all items in the tracking matrix except:

1.) an outstanding AI to clarify/finish the "object onload parameter" item 
2.) an AI to fix the 5.7.9 & 5.7.10 examples (SG/BB,DL,UL).

These will be added as "Proposed change 09" and "...10" when the AI are 
finished by their owners (Monday?)

Note also that I found another missed issue in the email archives (not in 
tracking matrix) -- see Proposed change 08.  After looking at the long 
thread, I concluded that Ben's suggested replacement text to that paragraph 
fixed the problem (except for one omitted sentence), and in fact all the 
cases that Dieter and I were haggling about are now covered with an 
appropriate statement.  If anyone thinks there is another place that isn't 
fixed and needs it, please comment specifically.

We need to add -09 and -10, but otherwise the Tracking Matrix items are 
ready for TC review, comment, endorsement.

I will start adding the CL items to the document now.


At 03:33 PM 5/12/2006 +0000, lofton@rockynet.com wrote:
>Partial first draft of proposed-changes document. -- Lofton Henderson* The 
>document named proposed-changes-d1.zip has been submitted by Lofton 
>Henderson* to the OASIS CGM Open WebCGM TC document repository. Document 
>Description: View Document Details: 
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