I've looked at the two comments that you made in DITAweb. In
both cases, you identified a problem with the DITA source:
This is exactly why we conduct reviews. Thanks for catching
started making comments on DITAweb about some
inconsistencies I (thought I) was seeing in the Errata,
but now I've seen enough of them that I'm really beginning
to wonder whether:
I'm looking at the wrong documents or
I have some kind of fundamental misunderstanding or
The wrong documents are in the wrong places or
Something's badly wrong with the documents
problems I'm seeing: Changes are listed in the big table
in the errata (XHTML version), but when I look at the
corresponding topics in the Spec+Errata (XHTML version)
I'm seeing different things (or I think in one case no
thing) marked with the little red triangles.
the Errata and the Spec+Errata that I'm looking at are
from this ZIP that was linked in Alan's message below:
looking at the Errata in this folder:
I'm looking at the Spec+Errata in this folder:
a couple of specific examples, see the comments I've
already made on DITAweb.
The DITA 1.3 Errata 02 is available on DITAweb for TC
review. This is our final opportunity to review the errata
before public review. This is a short review; comments are
due by Monday, January 15.
Be sure to review the draft in XHTML or PDF, then
enter any comments into DITAweb. (DITAweb can introduce
formatting glitches; it is only the review platform).
PDF (Errata + Spec w/Errata incorporated):
XHTML (Errata + Spec w/Errata incorporated):
Objectives of the review
- The errata document does not contain any
typos or glitches.
- All changes listed in the errata document are
clearly change marked in the the DITA 1.3 Errata 02 spec.
- All changes marked in the body of the DITA
1.3 Errata 02 specification are listed in the errata 02
When you authenticate to https://ditaweb.com/oasis-dita,
you should see the errata in the Publications pane under
"Open reviews". Your DITAweb user ID should be <first
If you don't have a DITAweb account, or need DITAweb
assistance, let me know.
Thanks to Congility for providing DITAweb and DITAweb
support to the TC!
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