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Subject: Re: [office] Proposed agenda for 22 August 2022 - ODF TC Teleconference

Hi Patrick,

Patrick Durusau schrieb am 18.08.2022 um 19:43:

I don't think this will consume the hour so feel free to suggest additional items for the agenda. (but that's always true)

I have looked throw the review comments on the to be solved for ODF1.4 issues. There are only very few suggested in the review and we should continue with them:

OFFICE-4120 6.4.2 <text:ruby-base> contains misplaced description of text:ruby's attribute
review by Andreas: To me, this looks ready to be resolved.

OFFICE-4114 Part 4- Formula - has Appendix A, with A.1 but no A.2 - collapse under A
review by Michael:
trivial issue, ready to resolve - but there was a claim that ISO requires everything to be numbered - somebody would need to check that.
additions by Francis:
Regarding OFFICE-4114, I have checked the ISO/IEC Directives Part 2.
Section 22.3.3 deals with hanging paragraphs. My interpretation of this is that a paragraph, or sequence of paragraphs, is "hanging" if it is followed by a heading that is at a lower level than the heading that precedes it. Section 20.4 deals with the numbering and subdivision of Annexes. An Annex "may be subdivided into clauses, subclauses, paragraphs and lists". It doesn't say that an Annex has to be subdivided. I therefore conclude that an Annex (or Appendix) that contains only paragraphs and no subdivisions does not need a subdivision heading before the first paragraph.
So, OFFICE-4114 can be resolved as proposed.

OFFICE-4113 Comment missing, whether error values are propagated
review by Regina: Not ready, but I have added a proposal so that it can easily be resolved for ODF 1.4.

OFFICE-4020 table:end-position - What does "exclusive" mean?
review by Andreas: This should be trivial but there is no proposed solution yet. I have tried to produce the "table:end-position" attribute with LibreOffice. But I could yet not generate such markup with LibreOffice. Which application produces the "table:end-position" attribute?

Kind regards,

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