Difference between revisions of "Technical Team/Ideas for After 1.0 of Spec"

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(Rev 2 WIKI per action item 7/15 meeting.)
 
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<p>This is a placeholder for tabling items that are not going to make it into first version but we want to discuss further for subsequent versions of the spec.</p>
 
<p>This is a placeholder for tabling items that are not going to make it into first version but we want to discuss further for subsequent versions of the spec.</p>
 
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<li>Create a version of the specification analysis that can be included in a package.&nbsp;&nbsp; Note the uniquie ID of the package (SHA1) field has to be taken over the entire package, and if the analysis is part of it, we can't include the SHA1 of the package. (requested by package maintainers through year).</li>
 
<li>Incorporate an optional MD5 checksum field at package level to permit correllation to other existing analysis of a package (requested for consideration by Bill S.)</li>
 
<li>Incorporate an optional MD5 checksum field at package level to permit correllation to other existing analysis of a package (requested for consideration by Bill S.)</li>
 
<li>Further simplification of RDF - make more human writable friendly.&nbsp; (requested for consideration by Kate S.)</li>
 
<li>Further simplification of RDF - make more human writable friendly.&nbsp; (requested for consideration by Kate S.)</li>
 
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Revision as of 09:15, 22 July 2010

This is a placeholder for tabling items that are not going to make it into first version but we want to discuss further for subsequent versions of the spec.

  • Create a version of the specification analysis that can be included in a package.   Note the uniquie ID of the package (SHA1) field has to be taken over the entire package, and if the analysis is part of it, we can't include the SHA1 of the package. (requested by package maintainers through year).
  • Incorporate an optional MD5 checksum field at package level to permit correllation to other existing analysis of a package (requested for consideration by Bill S.)
  • Further simplification of RDF - make more human writable friendly.  (requested for consideration by Kate S.)