ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34
Document Description and Processing Languages
Secretariat: Japan (JISC)
|TITLE||Resolutions of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34 Plenary Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, 2010-09-10|
|SOURCE||SC 34 Secretariat|
|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
*Standard Organization Accredited by JISC
Telephone: +81-3-3431-2808; Facsimile: +81-3-3431-2808; E-mail: [email protected]
National bodies and Liaison organizations present at this plenary: Canada, China, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Japan, Korea (Republic of), Netherland, UK, USA, Ecma International, OASIS, and XML Guild
SC 34 instructs its Secretariat to circulate the following resolution to the SC 34 national bodies for a 30-day default letter ballot.
SC 34 establishes an ad hoc group on EPUB of IDPF* with the following terms of reference:
Membership is open to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34 P and O members, liaison organizations, and subgroup representatives.
SC 34 appoints Dr. Makoto MURATA (Japan) and Dr. Yong-Sang CHO (Korea) as the Co-Conveners of this ad hoc group.
SC 34 accepts the WG 1 recommendation contained in SC 34 N 1494 to initiate a study period with aim of establishing a firmer rationale for standardization of aspects of the “ZIP” format.
SC 34 asks WG 1 that a report be submitted in time for consideration at the SC 34 meetings in Prague in 2011-03 and that time be allocated to this activity during the WG 1 meeting in Beijing in 2010-12.
SC 34 instructs its Secretariat to issue a call for participation in this Study Period to SC 34 national and liaison member bodies.
SC 34 requests the SC 34 chairman bring this activity to the attention of members of JTC 1, and other SC chairs, at the upcoming JTC 1 Plenary in Belfast.
SC 34 instructs its Secretariat to forward the liaison statement contained in SC 34 N 1495 to SC 29/WG 11.
SC 34 changes the project ISO/IEC 19757-11 to use the process specified in the new Directives. SC 34 instructs its secretariat to submit a revised text to ITTF for a DIS ballot when text is received from the Project Editor.
SC 34 cancels the project TR 9573-11/Amd.1, since it is made redundant by ITTF's move to MicrosoftⓇ Word™ format for processing project documents.
SC 34 approves that a change of status of ISO/IEC 25754-2 to become a Technical Report. Further SC 34 instructs its Secretariat to submit a revised text to JTC 1 for a DTR ballot when text is submitted by the Project Editors.
SC 34 creates a project subdivision for Amendment 2 to ISO/IEC 29500-1 per Document SC 34 N 1485. SC 34 instructs its Secretariat to initiate a three-month PDAM ballot when text is submitted by the Project Editors.
SC 34 changes the project subdivision for Amendment 2 to ISO/IEC 29500-4 to use the process outlined in the new Directives. Specifically, the Secretariat will initiate a three-month PDAM ballot (rather than a 4-month FPDAM ballot) when text is submitted by the Project Editors.
SC 34 requests that ISO/IEC 29500-1:2008/Amd1:2010 and ISO/IEC 29500-4:2008/Amd1:2010 be made freely available with the following rationale:
Although these amendments contain additions to the corresponding Parts of the standard, they were produced to resolve issues raised in Defect Reports. As such, they are intended to be used like Technical Corrigenda, which are made freely available.
SC 34 instructs its Secretariat to take the necessary administrative action to make these documents freely available.
SC 34 instructs its Secretariat to initiate a three-month PDTR ballot when text is submitted by the Project Editors.
SC 34 notes the effort of Korea to develop ideas for a new project for "A Reference Model for Identification and Description of Document Fragments".
SC 34 approves that a Study Period be initiated with the aim of defining the scope of such a new project, with a report to be made available in time for discussion at the next WG 5 meeting in Beijing, China, 2010-12-10.
SC 34 instructs its Secretariat to issue an invitation to all SC 34 members to nominate experts to participate in this Study Period.
SC 34 approves/confirms the following target dates.
|WG||Project No.|| CD/PDAM/|
SC 34 appoints the following project editor/co-editor:
SC 34 appoints/confirms its Liaison officers as follows:
SC 34 expresses its appreciation to the Japanese National Body, JISC, for hosting this meeting in Tokyo, Japan. SC 34 further expresses its appreciation to ITSCJ for providing its administrative supports.
SC 34 expresses its appreciation to ITSCJ and Microsoft Japan for arranging the Houseboat (Yakata-bune) Cruise in Tokyo Bay in the evening of 8th September. SC 34 regrets that the event had to be cancelled due to bad weather.
SC 34 expresses its appreciation to the Conveners and Liaison officers for their timely preparation of their recommendations and reports for this meeting.
SC 34 expresses its appreciation to the drafting committee for timely completion of the resolutions.
SC 34 expresses its appreciation to its Chairman, Dr. Sam Gyun OH, for his leadership and running of this meeting.
SC 34 expresses its appreciation to its Secretary, Ms. Toshiko KIMURA, for her support during this meeting.