The email from Alan provides no rationale
for the <process>, just shows the syntax. Let me know if any of the
minutes show the rationale or any examples. I’ve written Alan but haven’t
received a response as yet.
JoAnn Hackos PhD
Comtech Services, Inc.
Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Subject: Fw: [dita] Revised
content model options for #12011 - Generic Task Type
Re discussion today about elements in general task -
found this, which provides a bit of background on process - will check meeting
minutes from around this time.
Priestley, Senior Technical Staff Member (STSM)
Lead IBM DITA Architect
----- Forwarded by Michael
Priestley/Toronto/IBM on 11/11/2008 11:21 AM -----
12/11/2007 11:01 AM
[dita] Revised content model options for
#12011 - Generic Task Type
submit this message for possible discussion at today's
(11-December-2007) DITA TC meeting. Below is a
summary of proposed
content models that will support proposal #12011
-- Generic Task Type.
These content models are the result of recent
discussion on the DITA TC
- Optional, repeatable <note> allowed before
- <taskbody> allows only a single
- New <process> element to permit
<ol>/<ul> constructions in <taskbody>
Proposed content models:
(steps | steps-unordered | process),
(Issue: allow <section> before and after
Support <section> between steps:
Support optional, repeatable <note> before
(info | substeps | tutorialinfo | stepxmp |
choicetable | choices)*,
Issue: allow <itemgroup> in <step>?
(section?, (ol | ul))+
Issue: this would allow multiple ol/ul elements.
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