Invitation for CSS WG to jointly meet TTWG at TPAC 2017

# Nigel Megitt (2 months ago)

Dear CSS WG,

Timed Text Working Group (TTWG) invites you to attend a joint face to face meeting hosted by TTWG at TPAC on Friday 10th November, at a time to be confirmed later depending on any constraints that would-be attendees tell me about.

The agenda for this session will be something like:

  • to review progress on understanding the styling requirements of TTML2 and how those requirements can be met using CSS properties, as listed at www.w3.org/wiki/TTML/CSSRequirements
  • to establish and assign actions for furthering this work

I expect the session to be maximum 1 hour.

If you are keen to attend please let me know of any timing constraints within the day.

Kind regards,

Nigel


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# Nigel Megitt (3 days ago)

Just sending a reminder, since I got no responses to my previous email in this thread at lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-style/2017Aug/0012.html

I'm not sure what the state of planning is in CSS WG for TPAC, but in the absence of any other guidance I have scheduled time in the TTWG's agenda for a joint meeting on the Friday morning. The TTWG's draft agenda can be found at www.w3.org/wiki/TimedText/tpac2017#Schedule

In the meantime, a quick update that CSS semantics are being added to TTML2 where the semantic basis for style attributes are currently only XSL – the umbrella issue for this is w3c/ttml2#406 which links on to an issue for each individual style attribute, which includes the proposed mappings to CSS; any feedback on those proposals would be much appreciated.

Summary of actions for interested people:

  1. Feed back any timing constraints on joint meeting times to me please.
  2. Review the proposed CSS equivalent mappings for TTML2 style attributes defined only in terms of XSL-FO right now.

Kind regards,

Nigel


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