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Subject: RE: [dita] DITA Technical Committee Meeting Minutes: 13 November 2007

I checked Shalini's notes before they went out. so I should have caught
that item. Thanks for noting that the agreed-on token will be just "spec"
in Eric's final update. I'll reference this summary note as the amendment
to the minutes for the next business meeting.  Thanks, again, Shalini.

Don Day
Chair, OASIS DITA Technical Committee
Chair, IBM DITA Architects Board
Email: dond@us.ibm.com
11501 Burnet Rd. MS9033E015, Austin TX 78758
Phone: +1 512-244-2868 (home office)

"Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?
 Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?"
   --T.S. Eliot

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                                       "Grosso, Paul" <pgrosso@ptc.com>    
             11/13/2007 02:04                                           cc 
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                                       RE: [dita] DITA Technical Committee 
                                       Meeting Minutes: 13 November 2007   

Hi, Paul and Shalini:


"Grosso, Paul" <pgrosso@ptc.com> wrote on 11/13/2007 11:29:07 AM:
> 3. ITEM: URI Scheme for TC Subcommittees (Sirois)
> http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/dita/200710/msg00000.html
> I'll admit to spacing out a bit during this conversion--I
> don't have strong feelings about the details of the
> outcome--but I thought we decided to go with just "spec"
> for the path segment in question.

I also thought we agreed to go with just "spec" on the grounds that

* The main purpose of the leading portion of the URN is to distinguish this
group of names from others
* The specialization name is the main semantic freight of the URN

Therefore, the distinguishing step should be relatively short.

Thanks for catching that, Paul, and for the crisp notes, Shalini,

Erik Hennum

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