Thanks for catching that. I’ve fixed the
date typo’s and attached the revised file to the ballot. I did not cancel the
ballot but instead submitted an amendment.
From: Rodolfo M. Raya
Sent: 30 May 2006 16:00
To: Tony Jewtushenko
Cc: XLIFF TC
Subject: Re: [xliff] Revised
On Sun, 2006-05-28 at 16:34 +0100, Tony Jewtushenko wrote:
not going to initially publish representation guides for Windows, XML and RTF
with the 1.2 specs, I’ve revised the charter accordingly by moving the
non-delivered items to the “if we have time” bucket. I’ve also revised
the anticipated ship dates for all deliverables, and fixed some problems with
attached file contains the text of the revised charter. If no one objects
by end of business Monday I shall create a 7 day ballot to approve the charter
clarification. This is so that we will be ready to go with submitting the
revised spec and all supporting documentation for public review and vote to
approve the work as committee spec.
hopefully the final loose ends to the XLIFF 1.2 spec before we move into the
formal standards process. Please make an effort to participate if you
have the cycles.
The revised charter says:
1.2 Specification and XSD to support for Segmentation & Alignment Content -
non-normative Implementation Guides:
XHTML/HTML Representation Guides - June 21, 2005
Java Resource Bundle Representation Guide - May 2006
XLIFF 1.2 PO
File Representation Guide - May 2005
there a problem with the years?
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