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Subject: RE: [dita] Fwd: [dita-adoption] FW: Possibly final draft: Math Specializations in DITA 1.3
I reviewed it and sent some comments (just now) directly to Autumn. My comments were essentially all basic editorial, except for one question I wanted to raise here. There are obviously numerous references to the DITA 1.3 spec, but this one made me uneasy, I think because it includes a direct quotation from the spec content:
The DITA 1.3 specification allows for some flexibility on the part of the DITA processor, as it should. The only guidance it provides is with the statement, “common practice is to present the equation number to the right (in left-to-right reading order) of the equation, centered vertically within the vertical extent of the block equation.” When DITA processors provide support for equation numbering, hopefully content architects will be given wiggle room to customize how the equation number is generated and formatted.
Is it a Bad Idea to quote directly, given that the spec technically will not exist yet for quite a few months? Or am I worrying unnecessarily?
TC members, have you had an opportunity to review this whitepaper?
Hello Members of DITA Adoption and DITA Tech Comm SC,
Autumn has submitted the final draft of the MathML White Paper. We would
like to get it officially approved before she gives her presentation at
the CMS conference. Please send your vote back to me. Yes/No.
Thank you for attending to this matter.
JoAnn T. Hackos, PhD
DITA Adoption TC
710 Kipling Street, Suite 400
Denver, CO 80215
CIDM will be hosting the Content Management Strategies/DITA North America
2015 conference in Chicago, Illinois April 20-22, 2015. More information
On 3/31/15, 3:10 PM, "Autumn Cuellar" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Hi Stan and JoAnn,
>Unless the DITA TC has any feedback, I think we're ready to finalize the
>Math Specializations white paper. Attached is the PDF file I produced, as
>well a zip of the source DITA.
>Will this be published before CMS/DITA North America? We'd like to point
>attendees to the white paper, if possible.
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