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Subject: Notice show of hands on now to say base64Binary was The remaining minor issues was Re: [office] Groups - OpenDocument-v1.3-wd09-part2-packages.odt uploaded
Notes on the rest of your post:
On 8/9/19 6:11 PM, Regina Henschel wrote:
For that matter it should also have < and > in element
item 4.9, The word 'element' should have default character style.
and <manifest:PGPKeyID> should be in element style
item 4.13, The word 'element' should have default character style.
Envelopes is correct in xmldsig-core1 because the content model allows an identifier for encrypted data OR the CipherValue child element. Maybe either one.
What about just saying: The <manifest:CipherData> element contains a <manifest:CipherValue> element.
Inconsistent use with base64, 'a base64Binary sequence' (4.12) or 'a base64-encoded' (4.13) or 'in BASE64 encoding' (4.16.2, 4.16.5) or 'encoded as base64binary' (4.16.12)
Show of hands, is there a favorite or one that is standard usage?
All of these, plus the show of hands on base64Binary will appear in OpenDocument-v1.3-wd10-part2-packages.odt
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