Thread Subject: Re: Suggested update to 6.1.I so wecanremove6.1.B and 6.1.C (forms & scripting)
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From: Peter Korn
Date: Wed, Jun 06 2007 4:35 PM
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Can we please shift our discussions to the 30May draft from the
Editorial Working Group? Many of these issues go away - or at least
change - with the text in this new draft structure. I think focusing on
that draft will help us move forward the most quickly.
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
> 1194.22(a, e, f, g, h, and d) while they don't say "HTML" say things
> like "server-side" "client-side" "non-text element", and "mark-up", all
> of which are primarily HTML-related terminologies. Applying such to
> something like a presentation can be tricky if it doesn't apply such
> terminologies. I think the application of these web provisions to PDF
> has been pretty straightforward since PDF encapsulates other formats,
> and has almost everything and the kitchen sink included in the format.
> I can say from my experience in the government that this applicability
> has not been a slam dunk at all for most of government nor industry to
> Allen Hoffman -- = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = ; v: 202-447-0303
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> Subject: Re: [teitac-websoftware] Suggested update to 6.1.I so
> wecanremove6.1.B and 6.1.C (forms & scripting)
>> In the current standard? Sure they are! You can debate whether PDF
>> forms are a 1194.21 or 1194.22 item, but currently 21(d) would cover
>> PDF form controls:
>> This applies to the software and to HTML, but isn't explicitly
>> applicable to other content formats. This is exactly why people are
>> just applying as they can without direct standard to rely upon.
> Allen, I don't see where in the current standard there is the explicit
> indication that HTML is a target for the standards.
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