Thanks Paul, It looks fine to me.
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On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 1:57 PM, Paul Knight <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I've installed corrected files (i.e., with visible table borders) for Classification of Everyday Living v1.0 Committee Specification 01.
This seems to have the expected structure for the table borders, even for the complex tables at  and .
Following OASIS expectations for openness, I've also included a short note in the installation directory to explain the change .
Apologies for the editorial error!
Please let me and/or Chet know if anything is not as expected.
On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 10:47 AM, Paul Knight <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi Joss and all,
In publishing the Committee Specification, we began with the files published for the Public Review (csprd02 ).
The table borders were missing in the published Public Review files at that point (November 2017).
The file which the COEL TC submitted for csprd02 was "COEL-v1.0-wd03.docx", which did display the table borders - so apparently the table borders were dropped during the publication process at that point, as we (OASIS TC Administration)
applied the usual publication formatting. (Some quirk of MS-Word, apparently).
It's regrettable that nobody spotted or reported the missing table borders during the csprd02 Public Review.
I'll prepare material with the proper table borders and discuss next steps with the TC Admin team.
On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 9:02 AM, Chet Ensign <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Good morning Joss. I'll let Paul reply on the publication steps and where that might have happened, as well as his thoughts on fixing it. It can certainly be addressed in a subsequent publishing cycle.
On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 3:03 AM, Joss Langford <email@example.com> wrote:
Chet / Paul
Many thanks for this.
I have just checked the final document links and, unfortunately, the outlines for most of the tables are missing. This makes the specification difficult to read places and ambiguous
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Subject: [coel] Classification of Everyday Living V1.0 from the COEL TC approved as a Committee Specification
OASIS Members and other interested parties,
OASIS is pleased to announce that Classification of Everyday Living Version 1.0 from the OASIS Classification of Everyday Living (COEL) TC  has been approved as an OASIS Committee
Digital technologies are becoming integral to our daily lives. They promise huge benefits to society, but the data they create carries potential for abuse.
COEL is a hierarchical taxonomy of everyday human life events, comprised of a Knowledge Base, Data Model and Methodology. It aims to be a roadmap for collecting and handling personal
data that protects the interests of both individuals and businesses.
This specification draft defines the Classification of Everyday Living (COEL) Version 1.0 specification for the complete implementation of a compliant system. Examples and non-normative
material are also offered as guidance. A model in JSON is also provided.
This Committee Specification is an OASIS deliverable, completed and approved by the TC and fully ready for testing and implementation.
The prose specifications and related files are available here:
Classification of Everyday Living Version 1.0
Committee Specification 01
Editable source (Authoritative):
For your convenience, OASIS provides a complete package of the prose specification and related files in a ZIP distribution file. You can download the ZIP file here:
Members of the COEL TC  approved this specification by Special Majority Vote. The specification had been released for public review as required by the TC Process . The vote
to approve as a Committee Specification passed , and the document is now available online in the OASIS Library as referenced above.
Our congratulations to the TC on achieving this milestone and our thanks to the reviewers who provided feedback on the specification drafts to help improve the quality of the work.
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 OASIS Classification of Everyday Living (COEL) TC
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* 30-day public review, 11 December 2017:
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