IDE Minutes 2009 10 29
- Lori Hylan-Cho
- Kin Blas, Adobe
- Jon Ferraiolo, IBM
- Javier Pedemonte, IBM
Jon: Only question was Lori saying "tranclusion" not defined in Websters. But is defined in wikipedia as a computer science term
Jon: I'll make sure that we are using the term correctly. If not, I'll find the right term to use
Jon: No comments from Lori. Did you look at it?
Lori: Yes. Nothing looked wrong.
Jon: Yes, just a few links to RFCs
'defaultFormat' proposal from Kin
Jon: I understand the need, the proposal is OK, couldn't think of anything better
Jon: Any objections?
Kin: Is there a better name?
Lori: Why won't 'defaultValue' do the trick?
Kin: 'defaultValue' says you must conform to a particular RFC for the provided value.
(discussion about 'defaultValue'. conclusion is won't work for this case.)
Jon: How about 'outputDefault' instead of 'defaultFormat'?
RESOLUTION: Add 'outputDefault'
Kin: I'll send an email with proposals on the details
Jon: After that, I'll put into spec with red-colored comments to flag for review
Kin: I'll send email about problems we are having with current definition of date. Doesn't work with numeric values. We work around by using strings.
'type' instead of 'datatype' for <topic>, default to "*"
Lori/Kin: No problems with the proposal
Jon: Javier, what do you think?
Javier: OK with me. Yeah, it makes more sense from a mashup point of view.
Future phone calls
Jon: We are done with spec review and no open issues. I suggest cancelling the regular phone call and only have a call when we have issues to discuss.
Kin/Lori/Javier: Makes sense.