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Don Day
Chair, OASIS DITA Technical Committee
IBM Lead DITA Architect
Email: dond@us.ibm.com
11501 Burnet Rd. MS9033E015, Austin TX 78758
Phone: +1 512-838-8550
T/L: +1 512-838-xxxx

"Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?
 Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?"
   --T.S. Eliot
----- Forwarded by Don Day/Austin/IBM on 08/02/2005 10:16 AM -----
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                                       Re: [dita] Groups - TC Meeting      
                                       modified(Document link: Don Day)    

Hi, Don:

Here's the most recent proposed definition:

 <!ELEMENT data
 <!ATTLIST data      %univ-atts;
                    name        CDATA #IMPLIED
                    label       CDATA #IMPLIED
                    typeid      CDATA #IMPLIED
                    aboutHref   CDATA #IMPLIED
                    aboutType   CDATA #IMPLIED
                    aboutFormat CDATA #IMPLIED
                    value       CDATA #IMPLIED
                    href        CDATA #IMPLIED
                    type        CDATA #IMPLIED
                    format      CDATA #IMPLIED
                    outputclass CDATA #IMPLIED

 Contexts for the <data> element:

 * any block context (that is, peer of <paragraph> and <ol>) within the
 body of topics
 * any <topicref> context within maps (so data can be incorporated into
 * any context where the <keyword> element can appear
 * any metadata container such as <prolog>, <metadata>, and <topicmeta> (at
 the end of the existing content model)

Erik Hennum

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