Last Call for Normative Changes to SVG 2 (was: Agenda requests - 21st July 2016 telcon )

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Last Call for Normative Changes to SVG 2 (was: Agenda requests - 21st July 2016 telcon )

Amelia Bellamy-Royds
We have a number of issues blocking finalization of SVG 2.  

I've added them all to the agenda for this week's telcon, but I think it would help to have feedback from more than the usual call participants:

On Github, these are issues listed in the CR milestone (i.e., it affects normative requirements for SVG 2) that are also labelled "Needs WG Input" or "Needs Resolution".  In addition, I came across a number of questions when drafting new spec text to define use elements based on shadow DOM (which will close a number of other issues).  I haven't filed separate issues yet for these, but they are outlined in my pull request:

We need to make decisions on all of these.  Many issues are lingering because the active editors couldn't decide on a clear path.  Even if you can't participate in the call, please take a look & comment.

Finally, a reminder that we also have a large list of editorial issues collected under the "CR2" milestone.  These don't affect normative requirements of the spec, but they are obstacles to getting SVG 2 to Candidate Recommendation status:

If you want to help move SVG 2 progress along, please consider whether you can help address any of these issues.

And of course, if you have a little more time, please read the SVG 2 Editor's Draft & file issues if anything is unclear or inconsistent.  Ignore the color coding; at this point, consider everything to be "ready for wider review".  Huge thanks to those of you who have already been doing this!  Note that we're not considering feature requests at this point: only clean-up & bug fixes.


On 19 July 2016 at 20:58, Nikos Andronikos <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

Please add any agenda requests for this week’s telcon to the wiki, or use the ‘on agenda’ Github label to mark an issue for discussion