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Subject: RE: [xliff] CFD - Request Template for creating XLIFF 2.1
I don't think we should wait for it. But whatever the process, having it in 2.1 even as an informative appendix would be good..
dF is AFK, so please bear with the typos and call me at +353860222158 if my answer seems insufficient..
> 4. registration process for fragid prefixes
I think we can't wait until 2.1 for the frigid prefix registration mechanism: 2.0 states "The prefix of a module or an extension MUST be registered with the XLIFF TC." so we need to have the mechanism in place as soon as possible.
It doesn't need to be part of a specification, and it should be relatively simple to put in place:
- a page with the instruction on how to request the registration and what information is needed
- a place to store the registered prefixes and their information (in a machine-readable format if possible).
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Sent: Friday, May 16, 2014 7:06 PM
Subject: [xliff] CFD - Request Template for creating XLIFF 2.1
Unless I hear dissent here bz the time of the next meeting or in the meeting, I will request that OASIS TC administration makes us a starter front matter for XLIFF 2.1.
TC Admin will create a doc model of the front matter and I will clone the 2.0 template on our SVN to become the wd01 of the XLIFF version 2.1 specification.
The scope of the 2.1 version will be publicly discussed in Dublin, June 4, so come and discuss it there or chime in in this thread.
The currently considered features are
1. ITS 2.0 module
2. Advanced validation support
3. final media type registration
4. registration process for fragid prefixes
Bryan, can you please make us a new wiki feature tracker where we could track 2.1 and 2.x features
I propose that the "prison" section is split into 2.x and 3.0 so that it can be used on the rolling basis for 2.1 and all subsequent 2.x versions
Thanks for your attention
Dr. David Filip
LRC | CNGL | LT-Web | CSIS
University of Limerick, Ireland
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