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Subject: References to ADC SC work on requirements for change tracking for Patrick


Following up the TC conference call today, this may be useful to you in drawing up a list of change tracking requirements (some links may be internal not public, the system makes it difficult to get public links though all are public).

We did start off looking at requirements [1][2] and compared the two approaches based on these[3]. As we got further into our discussions, it was clear that there were requirements issues at a higher level that had not been addressed/agreed/specified, and these were pulled out in the 'consensus' report [4][5].

1. Charter of the ADC SC

2. Initial conference call to discuss requirements

3. SC wiki on requirements
There are also a number of use cases there which give requirements at a more detailed level (related specifically to ODF 1.2), but this is less relevant to you I believe, though worth looking at for background:

4. ODF Change Tracking: Analysis and Proposals Version 1.0
As submitted to TC:
In particular, see the Conclusions which ask a number of questions about requirements.
See also the WD05 version of this report with Svante's updates which introduce more on requirements for collaboration.

5. Thorsten makes some specific comments on requirements section of above report in his email:
Similarly, some issues that Andreas raises may be useful to you:



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