ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34N0536

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Information Technology --
Document Description and Processing Languages

TITLE: Summary of Voting on JTC 1/SC 34 N 510 - ISO/IEC 10179/FPDAM2, Extensions to multilingual and complicated document styles
SOURCE: SC34 Secretariat
PROJECT: FPDAM2 10179: Information technology -- Document Description and Processing Languages -- Document Style Semantics and Specification Language (DSSSL) - Amendment 2: Extensions to multilingual and comlicated document styles
PROJECT EDITOR: Mr. Takashige Noguchi
STATUS: Summary of voting
ACTION: Based on the ballot responses, this CD is APPROVED and the project status changes to 40.60. Project Editors are requested to review comments and strongly consider disapproved votes. Please advise the Secretariat regarding (1) the change to status 40.92 or 40.99, and (2) the next project status and anticipated date that project status will change.
DATE: 2004-09-10
DISTRIBUTION: SC34 and Liaisons
REFER TO: N0510b - 2004-04-19 - Ballot due 2004-08-26: ISO/IEC 10179/FPDAM2, Extensions to multilingual and complicated document styles
N0510 - 2004-04-19 - ISO/IEC 10179/FPDAM2, Extensions to multilingual and complicated document styles
REPLY TO:

Dr. James David Mason
(ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34 Chairman)
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Mr. G. Ken Holman
(ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34 Secretariat - Standards Council of Canada)
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P-Member APPROVAL OF THE DRAFT AS PRESENTED APPROVAL OF THE DRAFT WITH COMMENTS AS GIVEN ON THE ATTACHED DISAPPROVAL OF THE DRAFT FOR REASONS ON THE ATTACHED DISAPPROVAL (appropriate changes in the text will change vote to APPROVAL) ABSTENTION (For Reasons Below) NO RESPONSE
Canada       X    
China           X
Italy X          
Japan   X        
Korea, Republic of   X        
Netherlands X          
Norway X          
United Kingdom           X
United States X          

Canada

1. page 10: For the language item, the ISO 639-1 standard 2 alpha codes do not cover Canadian requirements. The ISO 639-2/T 3-alpha code set does. In order to meet Canadian requirements, any reference to language codes must reference the 3-alpha ISO 639-2/T code set.

2. Note: On page v, the word "complicated" is spelled incorrectly.

Japan

(1) Introduction

The wording "... comlicated document styles which have been required by ...."
should be replaced with "... complicated document styles required by ....".

(2) ext-line-number

"s style" should be "a style".

(3) open-paren-space-length

"length between ..." should be "distance between ...".

(4) first-line-open-paren-space-length

"length between ..." should be "distance between ...".

Korea, Republic of

1) In the page 2 and page 4, "aplied" should be replaced with "applied"
2) In the page 4, "aplied" should be replaced with "applied"