|Thanks Pim. |
I didn't realize PDF/A didn't save hypertext links. I'll add a note in the user's guide.
On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:48 AM, Pim van der Eijk wrote:
In the PDF export from OpenOffice with "PDF/A" checked, the
URI links are not "clickable", they are when I export without this option
The OASIS style
guidelines require that "hyperlinks are 'live' and match the prose link
(Using OpenOffice 3.1 and Acrobat Standard
What was different about PDF/A?
On Apr 13, 2010, at 6:02 AM, Pim van der Eijk wrote:
Sorry for the
confusion, I saved to PDF/A
format but it looks like the OASIS guidelines for PDF are
incompatible with PDF/A. If that is true, here is a variant
PDF version that is not PDF/A.
And here are some
suggestions for other lists on which this review can be
I hope I have now covered all your additional editorial
comments as well.
Lastly, #9. The spec must always have a version
number (OASIS ebCore Party Id Type Technical Specification Version
On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 11:26 AM, Kim Goolsby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Please find below a list of required changes to the
submitted spec, PartyIdType-1.0-cd02. To help you with the URI section, the
following links provide useful information:
- The OpenOffice specification template
- The URI Generator
- The URI Tutorial Movie
This document needs to be changed as follows:
URIs (in general):
These must point to locations at docs.oasis-open.org as shown in the specification
If you're having difficulties constructing the proper pathing, feel free
to take advantage of the URI generator (http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/uri-block-generator.php).
all three formats must be provided/noted: editable source (odt in this
case), html and pdf.
Since this is the first time this document is being uploaded
to docs.oasis-open.org, it should say
is no such heading as 'Previous Approved Version'; please refer to the
specification template and the URI generator for proper metadata
labels and URIs.
Please hypertext link the name of the TC to the public
homepage as done in the specification template.
Please add hypertext links to the OASIS references (and, if
possible, non-OASIS references).
remove the file extension (.odt) from the filename and remove the brackets
from around the date.
remove the text within the square brackets and replace with any specific
names, abbreviations, etc. as appropriate.
Oasis references are not in the correct citation format. Please
change to the citation format shown in the specification template.
OASIS Standard, “Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Hospital
AVailability Exchange (HAVE) Version 1.0”, November 2008.
The Acknowledgements section is required.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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