Last update: August 9, 2010
Eric Muller, Chair, convened the meeting on May 10, 2010, at 10:50 am. He introduced himself as Chair.
The Chair stated that the meeting was operating under INCITS procedures, and called special attention to the ANSI patent policies (showing slides 1-3 of http://www.incits.org/pat_slides.pdf) and the INCITS antitrust policies (http://www.incits.org/inatrust.htm). The Chair noted that the INCITS Antitrust Guidelines applied to this committee meeting, and that it was the responsibility of all attendees, and not just the Officers, to ensure that the Guidelines are followed, and to terminate discussions if they are not.
The Chair noted that the meeting documents are obtainable from http://www.unicode.org/L2/L-curdoc.htm (using the current user ID and password). The agenda and meeting documents were posted in the required time frame.
Information on how membership is gained, maintained, and lost in any INCITS Technical Committee or Task Group may be found at http://www.incits.org/rd2/in080568.pdf. An overview of these requirements was introduced by the chair and was distributed to all attendees in the electronically distributed meeting documents.
No changes in representative since last meeting.
No organization gained voting membership since the last meeting.
No organization has applied for membership since the last meeting.
Based on the above information, the total voting membership is 10, effective at the start of this meeting. The complete list of members (both voting and advisory), as well as the attendance to this meeting is:
|Organization||Class||Representative||May 10||May 11||May 12||May 14||May 15|
|Adobe Systems||Voting||Eric Muller, primary||x||x||x||x||x|
|Ken Lunde, alternate||x|
|Apple||Voting||Deborah Goldsmith, primary|
|John Jenkins, alternate||x|
|Peter Edberg, alternate||x||x||x||x||x|
|Lee Collins, alternate|
|Yasuo Kida, alternate|
|Voting||Mark Davis, primary||x||x||x||x||x|
|Markus Scherer, alternate|
|Katsuhiko Momoi, alternate|
|Lisa Moore, alternate||x||x||x||x||x|
|Microsoft||Voting||Peter Constable, primary||x||x||x||x||x|
|Murray Sargent, alternate||x||x||x|
|Oracle||Voting||Ienup Sung, primary|
|Naoto Sato, alternate|
|Sybase||Voting||Ken Whistler, primary||x||x||x||x||x|
|Ian MacLeod, alternate|
|Unicode||Voting||Rick McGowan, primary||x||x||x||x||x|
|Mike Ksar, alternate||x|
|Richard Cook, alternate|
|Michel Suignard, alternate||x||x||x||x||x|
|Roozbeh Pournader, alternate||x||x|
|University of California at Berkeley||Voting||Deborah Anderson, primary||x||x||x||x||x|
|Yahoo!||Voting||Craig Cummings, primary||x||x||x||x||x|
|Norbert Lindenberg, alternate|
|Mike McKenna, alternate|
|Federal Communications Commission||Liaison||Donald Draper-Campbell|
|Library of Congress||Liaison||Randall K. Barry|
An electronic version of the agenda (L2/10-110) and supporting documents were accessible via http://www.unicode.org/L2/L-curdoc.htm. The Chair presented the agenda and made a call for any new agenda item. It was moved by Eric Muller and seconded by Lisa Moore that the agenda be approved. The motion was passed by unanimous consent.
The minutes of meeting L2 #219, February 1-5, 2010, document L2/10-018, were reviewed. No issues were raised. It was moved by Lisa Moore and seconded by Peter Edberg to accept those minutes. The motion was passed by unanimous consent.
A summary of recent international ballots is available at http://www.unicode.org/L2/L-notice.htm.
No ballots to vote on.
No contributions from this meeting.
It was moved by Ken Whistler and seconded by Lisa Moore that INCITS/L2 should seek US TAG responsibility for JTC 1/SC 35/WG 5.
The motion passed 9:0:0:1
For: Adobe, Apple, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Sybase, Unicode, University of California at Berkeley, Yahoo!
No vote: Oracle
It was moved by V.S. Umamaheswaran and seconded by Peter Edberg to endorse the motions and consensus of the joint UTC/L2 meeting as recorded in document L2/10-109. The motion was passed by unanimous consent.
Action items are recorded in document L-SD2.
It was moved by V.S.Umamaheswaran and seconded by Peter Edberg to adjourn the meeting on May 14, 2010, at 3:21 pm. The motion was passed by unanimous consent.