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Subject: Re: [oiic-formation-discuss] Which is definitive odf?
2008/6/19 <firstname.lastname@example.org>: >> Why would the TC need to recharter if they start out (and maybe even >> finish) >> working on 1.1... then 1.2 comes along? I don't see that as constrained >> by the process document? >> > > It depends on where you put the statement. If you have a scope statement > that says the TC will work on ODF 1.1, and the scope says nothing about any > other versions of ODF, then this could be interpreted as limiting the TC to > work on ODF 1.1, and no other versions. If we then tried to work on ODF 1.2 > later, then we would be exceeded our charter. Two tasks which I'd like to see in the deliverables then. 1. Review ODF for testability, produce compliance checks. Start ASAP. Duration (+- 6months) 24months) 2. Review newer versions of ODF as they are produced by the TC for testability; Start, when 1 finished Duration indeterminate. > > That's one of the things that scope does, it sets the bounds of our > activities. > > We also asked to list our deliverables and estimated dates. That's where > I'd put the ODF 1.1 and ODF 1.2 deliverables, sequenced in that order. > > So keep the scope general -- ODF (with no version stated) and have the > deliverables give the detailed sequencing. Which wouldn't give the TC a version to do the compliance against. Hence No Rob. Mary, thanks for your note. regards -- Dave Pawson XSLT XSL-FO FAQ. http://www.dpawson.co.uk