roadmap; was CSL-1.0, API ... was Re: citing lower-federal, state, and...

OK, my proposal:

I’ve created some tags in the SVN:

svn commit -m “creating release tags” …
Adding schema/tags/0.8
Adding schema/tags/0.9
Adding schema/tags/1.0

I have tagged the current csl.rnc file as 0.8.

0.9 will add any new features or significant changes (e.g. recent
date/name stuff), and serve as a kind of RC for 1.0, which will only
offer minor fixes or changes if needed.

Roadmap:

0.9 July 1
1.0 August 1

How’s that?

Bruce

It looks perfect to me.
Andrea

I have tagged the current csl.rnc file as 0.8.

0.9 will add any new features or significant changes (e.g. recent
date/name stuff), and serve as a kind of RC for 1.0, which will only
offer minor fixes or changes if needed.

Roadmap:

0.9 July 1
1.0 August 1

How’s that?

It looks perfect to me.

Same here.

Re the names stuff, would it be possible to use “primary” and
"secondary" as name part types, rather than “given-name” and
"family-name"? Formatters need to know which part is to be used as
the primary key for name-based sorting, so it has to be possible
(whatever the original structure of the names data) to identify them.
But it might not be possible to know for certain whether a name part
really represents a family or a given name – and that classification
is not a foolproof guide for either sorting or for display formatting,
without additional metadata that the data set may not provide.

Frank