ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34
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Secretariat: Japan (JISC)
|DOC. TYPE||Meeting Report|
|TITLE||Report of a Meeting of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34/WG 1 in Paris, France, 2009-11-30|
|SOURCE||WG 1 Convener [Dr. Alex BROWN]|
|STATUS||This document is circulated to the SC 34 members for information.|
|DISTRIBUTION||P, O and L Members of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34 ; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Secretariat; ISO/IEC ITTF|
Secretariat ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34
- IPSJ/ITSCJ (Information Processing Society of Japan/Information Technology Standards Commission of Japan)*
Room 308-3, Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg., 3-5-8, Shiba-Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011 Japan
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== Report of a Meeting of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34/WG 1 in Paris, FR ==
The meeting opened at 2009-11-30 at 10:00 CET and adjourned at 17:05
Alex BROWN (GB) WG 1 Convenor; Griffin Brown Digital Publishing Ltd
Francis CAVE (GB) WG 6 Convenor; Francis Cave Digital Publishing
Tony HITTEMA (FR) AFNOR
Jirka KOSEK (CZ) Consultant
MURATA Makoto (JP) WG4 Convenor; International University of Japan
Mohamed ZERGAOUI (FR) Innovimax SARL
Inigo SURGUY (GB) 67 Bricks Ltd.
The following agenda was adopted:
1. Opening - 2009-11-30 10:00
2. Roll call
3. Adoption of the agenda
4. Future meeting schedule
5. Review of action items from Bellevue meeting (document N 1285)
5.1 Review of items of interest from in the report of the recent JTC 1 Plenary (N 1307)
6. Parts of DSDL
6.1 Part 1
6.2 Part 2 proposed new work
6.3 Part 3 status
6.4 Part 6 proposed new work
6.5 Part 8 status
6.6 Part 11 proposed new work
7. TR 9753-11 AMD 1
8. Approval of Recommendations
9. Any other business
10. Closing [N.B. This is a ONE DAY meeting]
WG 1 agrees to raise the following concerns with SC 34, and recommend they are balloted for submission to JTC 1 as an SC 34 contribution, subject to any review by other WGs:
1. The introductory text at http://standards.iso.org/ittf/PubliclyAvailableStandards/index.html overlaps with the permissions given in the click-through license, and should be deleted.
2. From the exemplar permissions notice delete the text "for the purposes of developing, implementing, installing and using software based on the Schema" as this is an unnecessary restriction on use, forbidding (for example) the use of the Schema for documentation or training purposes.
3. The restriction of the click-through license that downloaded files may not be "placed on a network of any sort" makes no sense in an age where nearly every device is connected to a network (e.g. the Internet).
# Alex BROWN to circulate an agenda for a first teleconference of WG 1 using the new ISO "gotomeeting" facility
# MURATA Makoto and Jirka KOSEK to finalise comments on RNG schemas for the W3C and Mohamed ZERGAOUI to forward them as liaison
# Alex BROWN to investigate transfer of dsdl.org to a freely-hosted site; AB to send list of WG 1 requirements to SWG ARM
# Murata MAKOTO to prepare a draft amendment text for ISO/IEC 19757-2 for consideration at the Stockholm meeting in 2010-03
# Alex BROWN to prepare a Disposition of Comments in response to N1211, and prepare an FDIS text for 19757-5 taking this into account
# Francis CAVE to produce a DCOR for 19757-8 in response to comments received, and forward it to the convenor for processing
# Mohamed ZERGAOUI to submit draft documents outlining idea for a new Part 6 to the dsdl mailing lists
# Yushi KOMACHI to produce a Disposition of Comments in response to N0000 and send it to the WG 1 convenor for processing
# Mohamed ZERGAOUI to ask W3C who their appointed liaison officer to SC 34 is, and to investigate how work of 19757-11 may be jointly progressed between W3C and SC 34
The next meeting of WG 1 will be in the week of 2010-03-22 in Stockholm, Sweden. A precise time will be communicated in the draft agenda.
WG 1 expresses its thanks to the French National Body for the invitation to Paris and for the provision of excellent meeting facilities.
WG 1 expresses its thanks to IBM and Microsoft for sponsoring a drinks reception.