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Subject: Re: [oiic-formation-discuss] Informative clauses

robert_weir@us.ibm.com wrote:
> Let me connect the dots for you then, using ODF 1.1.
> -----
> Section 1.4 "Relax-NG Schema"
> "The normative XML Schema for the OpenDocument format is embedded within 
> this specification. It can be obtained from the specification document by 
> concatenating all schema fragments contained in chapters 1 to 16. All 
> schema fragments have a gray background color and line numbers."
> -----
> So the schema is declared to be normative.  By using Relax NG we have an 
> ISO-approved formal notation for indicating structural and content 
> requirements and options for XML.  Since 2.4.2 "Base Settings" is 
> obviously a schema fragment (with gray background color and line numbers), 
> this is included in the set of normative requirements defined by the 
> schema.

I think what Dave is pointing to , is that there's nothing in the spec
that says an application has to use <config:config-item> element to
store it's application-specific base settings. It could store them
anywhere withing the document tree using all kinds of non-inerop extensions.

The element is there. Just not the text that says an application
should/must use that to store it's base settings.

Sander Marechal

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