Per the TC's submission request , please find the attached model document for:
Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) Version 2.0
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This model document (in both .DOCX and .PDF formats) demonstrates the expected appearance of the display formats (HTML and PDF) of the "front matter" and initial sections of the Committee Specification Draft 01 / Public Review Draft 01 level of DITA v2.0.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Although this appears similar to the earlier OASIS publication format used in DITA v1.3, there are a number of significant differences in the "front matter" and initial text sections. Please follow this model carefully.
- Restructure of "Status" section to note the IPR policy.
- Addition of "IPR Policy" as Section 1.1, with text exactly the same as the third paragraph of the new "Status" section.
- Modification of the IETF Key Word references and language - affecting Sections 1.2 and 1.3 (Terminology and Normative References).
- A "to-be-removed" note about using the official IETF and W3C citation formats - I see you're already doing that... Thanks!
As usual, please feel free to send the final draft HTML and PDF to us (Chet & Paul) for review before the TC holds an approval ballot.
Some of the usual "boilerplate" instructions below may not apply...
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1) increment the Working Draft revision (number) from 01 to 02, 03, 04 etc., as successive Working Drafts are produced; the revision number needs to be updated at the top of the document in the stage identifier (Working Draft ##) and in the document identifier within the page footer.
2) supply the relevant publication/release/upload date for each successive Working Draft instance, using the prescribed date format: DD Month YYYY; the date needs to be updated at the top of the document (just below the stage identifier, Working Draft ##) and in the page footer.
3) provide suitable text for a document Abstract, updating this summary with successive revisions to provide an accurate description of the subject matter, goals, scope, etc.
4) keep the Acknowledgments (Appendix A) and Revision History (Appendix C) up-to-date with each WD revision.
5) consult the OASIS Naming Directives document when creating new artifacts that may be part of the Work Product (e.g., image files, XML schemas), observing the rules for name characters in files and proposed directories, and for proposed URIs/namespaces .
6) examine the instructions for construction of XML Namespace Identifiers (namespace URIs) and Namespace Documents  if your specification declares one or more XML namespaces or other namespace-related identifiers for (e.g.,) link relations, named properties, functions, dialects, faults, actions, or any named message types. All such identifiers, if HTTP-scheme, must begin with: http://docs.oasis-open.org/[tc-shortname]/ns/xxxx
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) as a Committee Draft, including addition of the requisite cover page metadata and other boilerplate information.
 Developing Committee Specifications and Notes
Starting a Working Draft
 SVN Version control, via Tools
 OASIS Naming Directives
 OASIS Naming Directives - Namespace Identifiers and Namespace Documents
 Approval of a WD as a CD (CSD or CND)
 TC Administration Requests Page, see Committee Specification Draft Creation / Upload Request
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