Clauses §8.3.5 and §18.104.22.168
caroline.arms at gmail.com
Sat Jan 20 21:53:01 CET 2018
Murata-san, Rex, et al.
I have started to go through the draft. Rather than wait to the
teleconference, I thought I would send emails on issues that are not simply
fixing typos or grammar as I come across them.
Clause §8.3.5 includes
"The path components are equivalent part names, as specified in §8.2.2
Should this point instead to §22.214.171.124 Part Name Equivalence and Integrity
in a Package?
I find §126.96.36.199 rather confusing and as I read it carefully, I realized
that "equivalence" as meant in §8.3.5 might need to incorporate more than
ASCII case-insensitive matching -- as equivalence is defined in the first
paragraph of §188.8.131.52. In particular, I wondered whether equivalence after
application of NFC was also relevant.
Perhaps someone more expert than me can weigh in here.
I realize that §184.108.40.206 mixes "shall" and "should" -- presumably
deliberately. That probably adds complexity here.
I have some other concerns about §220.127.116.11, but I would need clarification
on what "equivalence" needs to be for §8.3.5 before I could make useful
PS: Given the government shutdown, please be sure to send important emails
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to inefficiency over the last few weeks.
On Tue, Jan 9, 2018 at 3:46 PM, Rex Jaeschke <rex at rexjaeschke.com> wrote:
> Attached is WD3.3 of the OPC Spec.
> Once I got it back from Murata-san, here’s what I did:
> 1. I adopted all edits from WD3.2 and prior that had been resolved, so
> they no longer show as tracked changes.
> 2. I kept all the comments that do not appear to have been resolved.
> 3. All Murata-san’s edits proposed since WD3.2 are shown as tracked
> I propose that at the March F2F meeting, we walk through this document and
> accept/reject the proposed edits, and resolve the issues raised in comments.
> Our most-recent discussion of a time line for this spec was to have a
> complete version at the end of the March 2018 meeting, and after minor
> changes from the F2F meeitng, to send it out for a 2-month CD ballot,
> closing before the June F2F. I now think this is quite unrealistic. There
> is a lot of work to do yet, and the decisions we make in March will need to
> be applied to the spec and then reviewed in the following teleconferences.
> We migth have a shot at getting a near-final draft for review of the June
> Murata-san has long pushed to get rid of informative Annex G [formerly H],
> “Guidelines for Meeting Conformance”, while I pushed for keeping it. And
> while we agreed to keep it, it still needed serious work to make it
> complete. Unfortunately, in its current state, many of its links and
> bookmarks are now badly broken, and will be non-trivial to reconstruct. So,
> reluctantly, I am dropping my objection to removing this Annex. As such, I
> have **not** done any work on repairing/updating this annex. If we drop
> this annex, we’ll need to decide what to do about all the [M], [O], and [S]
> markers spread throughout the normative text.
> In DR 13-0002, Murata-san proposed the addition of a new informative
> Annex, “Guidelines for Format Designers” (see https://goo.gl/gzIX9y)”. As
> I cannot access this link, I have not added this annex. Murata-san, can you
> please circulate this proposed text?
> As Caroline will likely not attend the March meeting, I’d like to give her
> time to review and submit feedback before then. Likewise for Aarti’s
> experts (who likely will not attend that meeting).
> We’ll have a big job in March resolving all the open issues, so the more
> preparation you can do before then, the better. And, of course, we can do
> serious work on this on our January 31 teleconference.
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