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Subject: Notes from March 3, 2020 teleconference ODF TC


The notes from our March 3, 2020 ODF TC Teleconference are below.

Hope everyone is at the start of a great week!



Patrick: Quorum - yes.
Patrick: Agenda approved by consent
Patrick: Minutes from 24 Feb. 2020 - approved by consent
Patrick: https://issues.oasis-open.org/browse/OFFICE-3772
Patrick: Andreas - unable to construct anything that didn't work -
change in draw:type didn't impact most consumer applications - can close
for now
Patrick: Regina agrees with closing for now
Patrick: Francis - should the spec should say something about how to
interpret draw:type if draw:engine isn't specified?
Michael Stahl: Regina found that Karbon uses custom draw:engine
Patrick: Karbon does not write draw:type at all
Patrick: Only LO and AOO write different things into draw:type
Patrick: (from Regina)
Regina Henschel: PowerPoint writes always "non-primitive"
Patrick: Close Office-3772 - clone for editorial task for ODF 1.4 - what
to say about draw:type in the absence of draw:engine
Patrick: Regina - we don't say what the draw:engine is -
Patrick: Regina - we don't say what to do when there is a draw engine
and no enhance geometry
Patrick: Francis - the wording suggest the engine is being specified
Francis Cave: The draw:type attribute specifies the name of a shape type
that is implementation dependent.
Francis Cave: a value of type string: a name of a shape that is
Francis Cave: The draw:type attribute specifies an
implementation-dependent name.
Francis Cave: - a value of type string: an implementation-dependent name.
Patrick: Close Office-3772 - create issue for ODF 1.4 with new wording
by Francis on draw:type
Patrick: accepted by consent
Patrick: https://issues.oasis-open.org/browse/OFFICE-3792
Regina Henschel: In case of value 'page' writing mode is inherited from
the page that contains the element where this attribute appears.
Patrick: <style:section-properties> which page does it inherit from?
Francis - could say start of the section page is inherited -
Patrick: <styleïage-layout-properties> should not have page value
because then page is referring to itself
Patrick: Regina suggested moving writing-mode remarks from Appendix E to
normative text in writing mode material
Patrick: Suggested fix: If the <element-name> has no style:writing-mode
attribute or if the value of the style:writing-mode attribute is the
empty string, then it inherits the style:writing-mode attribute and its
value from the page where the element appears.
Patrick: May want to say where the section starts - Michael's question
on inheritance for sections
Patrick: Francis points to fifth paragraph in E.1 as esp. normative
Patrick: next week: https://issues.oasis-open.org/browse/OFFICE-4030
Patrick: https://issues.oasis-open.org/browse/OFFICE-3791
Patrick: adjourned

Patrick Durusau
Technical Advisory Board, OASIS (TAB)
Editor, OpenDocument Format TC (OASIS), Project Editor ISO/IEC 26300
Co-Editor, ISO/IEC 13250-1, 13250-5 (Topic Maps)

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