Title: ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG20 resolutions, Québec meeting 2000-05-22/26


Source: ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG20

Date: 2000-05-24

Status: Approved unanimously unless otherwise noted.


Resolution R2005-01: Meeting Schedule


WG20 resolves to have the following meeting schedule:


2000-10-30/11-01, Malvern, USA

2001-05-08/10, Tübingen, Germany

2001-11, Bruxelles, Belgium (with TC304, tentative)

2002-05-20/22, Tromsø, Norway (tentative)


Resolution R2005-02: Publication of IS 14651 on CD-ROM


WG20 resolves to ask SC22 to request ITTF to publish IS 14651 - International string ordering on a CD-ROM. Tables and code example should additionally be available in separate plain text files.


Resolution R2005-03: IS 14651 subdivision for amendment


WG20 requests SC22 to subdivide the project JTC1. - International string ordering - for an amendment to IS 14651 to align with the repertoires of ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 and ISO/IEC 10646-2.


Resolution R2005-04: IS 14651 concurrent registration and ballot


WG20 requests SC22 to permit a concurrent PDAM registration and PDAM consideration ballot on the amendment to IS 14651.


Resolution R2005-05: Progressing of ISO/IEC TR 14652


The editing group still consists of the WG20 members attending the Copenhagen meeting 1999-11. An email list has been created for that purpose.


The editing group will check whether the agreed results are correctly reflected in the revised draft and agreed to comment until 2000-06-22.  The editor will resolve any comments and submit a new draft to the convener by 2000-07-06.


The editing group will check the new draft by 2000-07-13 to determine whether any substantial problems still exist.


The convener will then send the draft to the SC22 secretariat for DTR ballot.


Resolution R2005-06: Thanks


ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG20 thanks

- Gouvernement du Québec, especially Alain La Bonté, for their hospitality and support.

- Keld Simonsen, and Marc Küster for drafting the resolutions.

- Arnold Winkler for taking minutes and chairing the Québec meeting.

Approved by acclamation.