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Subject: Open Office XML Format TC Meeting Minutes 10 Nov 2003

NOVEMBER, THE 10TH, 2003, 3PM GMT – 4:00PM GMT

Michael Brauer <michael.brauer@sun.com>, Sun Microsystems
Simon Davis <simond@naa.gov.au>, National Archive of Australia
Gary Edwards <garyedwards@yahoo.com>
David Faure <faure@kde.org>
Paul Grosso <pgrosso@arbortext.com>, Arbortext
Tom Magliery <Tom.Magliery@corel.com>, Corel

Acceptance of Minutes of the October, the 27th meeting
- The attending TC members unanimously accepted the minutes.

Action Items
- (Phil Boutros: create proposal for unifying change tracking in text 
and table documents)
   - in progress
- Daniel Vogelheim, (Paul Langille): proposal for business charts
   - in progress
- Michael Brauer: Add hint to TC's comment web form to FAQ
   - done
- Michael Brauer: Prepare voting about bibliography configuration.
   - done

Discussion of Work Package 5.4 Special Styles
Since the voting about bibliography configuration did not reach a 
quorum, the TC repeated the voting. It unanimously agreed to keep the 
bibliography configuration specification unchanged.

Discussion of Work Package 9 Events and Scripts
The TC discussed the proposals posted in
The TC agreed to change the specification of <office:script> as 
suggested in the proposal, but to add a "script:language" attribute to 
the <office:script> element that contains the scripting language that is 
used for the content of the element. That is, the <office:script> 
element will be replaced by an <office:scripts> element that contains an 
arbitrary number of (new) <office:script> elements. This element has an 
attribute "script:language", and can have arbitrary script language 
dependent content. The value of the "script:language" attribute is a 
namespaced name.

The TC also discussed the <script:event> element. It unanimously agreed
- to add an "xlink:href" attribute to the element for specifying
   a macro by an URL,
- to remove the "script:location" attribute,
- to keep the "script:macro-name" attribute for specifying the
   macro by a name,
- to keep the "script:language" attribute, but to change its value
   into a namespaced name with the same semantic as for the
   <office:script> element, and
- to turn the value of the "script:event-name" attribute into a
   namespaced name.

That is, the <script:event> element now has the attributes 
"script:language", "script:event-name", "script:macro-name" and 
"xlink:href". "script:langauge" and "script:event-name" both take a 
namespaced name as value.

The TC further discussed what namespace to use or recommend for the 
event names, i.e. the values of the "script:event-name" attribute. It 
especially discussed whether HTML or DOM based event names are more 
appropriate: David Faure will prepare a proposal regarding this issue.

New Action Items
- David Faure: proposal for namespace to use for event names.

Michael Brauer

OASIS Open Office XML format TC chair

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