Subject: XLIFF TC Call - Summary (Jun-07-2011)
Teleconference Summary Date: Tuesday, 07 June 2011 Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm ET === 1/ Roll call Present: Arle, Yves, Rodolfo, Tom, David-W, Bryan, David-F, Lucìa, Helena, Peter, John Wilcock (from Minitab) Regrets: Andrew, Christian Welcome back to Arle. Welcome to John. === 2/ Approve Tuesday, 17 May 2011 meeting minutes: Accept, reject, or amend. (http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/xliff/201105/msg00066.html) Bryan moves to accept the minutes. Rodolfo and Peter second No objections Concerns voiced, possibly need a vote to confirm that the XLIFF specification should stay in the XLIFF TC. Rodolfo: This is the XLIFF TC, there is no other place to develop it. It cannot be move/donated somewhere else. Peter: Same opinion. ISO may get published the specification too, but work is done in OASIS === 3/ Sub Committee Reports - Inline text (Yves) Nothing to report since last TC meeting. Next SC meeting is next week. Done a wiki page for summary of work so far David-F: looked at wiki summary, seemed clear. === 4/ Charter Draft (David F.) (http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/xliff/201106/msg00003.html) David-F presented his "Program Charter" draft. Bryan: A lot to take in, maybe we should look at it off-line, discuss it in the list (questions, proposals, etc.) and come back to it next meeting. Maybe we should include URL of the ballots where applicable. David-F: Yes Rodolfo: This is useful if it replaces the wiki plan, otherwise it's like having two plans to follow. David-F: So far we worked without deadline. But now as we are in the action phase, maybe we need to be more organized. Agree with Rodolfo: this may conflict with the wiki plan. ACTION ITEM: All to read David's plan and comment as needed. === 6/ Current XLIFF business 1. XLIFF and other standards: activity/impact a. LISA/OSCAR status Arle: LISA standards still in legal limbo. Waiting on Michael Anobile. What will happened: Formal donation of standards to ETSI, for maintenance of current version. David-F: This needs clarification. According Patrick, the standards would not be donated, but copy/paste into ETSI templates. Arle: Current versions could be posted "as is" in source forge. Yves: there are already on Source forge Arle: ETSI could then create other versions. Helena: Please explain "already posted" Yves: (only specs) by Raymond Martin (http://transtandards.sourceforge.net/formats.html) Arle: I will make an "official" project. They will be donated under RF to have a "home" Peter: There is no documents at LISA/OSCAR saying the individuals have donated their IPRs to LISA. How that is resolved? Arle: LISA status says donation should be under RF Terms of participation were clear on that. Peter: so "gentleman agreement" in place? Arle: Yes Rodolfo: True, for example I never signed anything. (and I don't plan on claiming anything) Arle: Could be resolved. Some things were left a little too loose at LISA. Bryan: we are at the top of the hour. Started to discussed about a possible third TC meeting for "current business". Will discuss by email private or public. Any new business? David-F: need the third meeting. Bryan: Will work on this. Meeting adjourned.