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Re: W3C's five new XQuery/Xpath2 working drafts - Stil l miss

Re:   W3C's five new XQuery/Xpath2 working drafts - Stil	l miss
I remember seeing a comment by Michael Rys in this group.  He said 
something like - the group ran out of bandwidth to deal with the 
UPDATE.semantics at this time and will visit it later.  My question is 
this - Is it better to let the XQuery get to recommendation without 
UPDATE now and then deal with it later? or Is it better to delay this 
and have a more complete XQuery recommendation a few months later?
I do not know the answer to this yet but would like to hear other 
opinions.  As Mike points out, if there are enough people on the side of 
deciding on UPDATE now, there maybe time to deal with this.


Champion, Mike wrote:

>Anyway, I [personally, the corporate line may be different] agree that
>XQuery badly needs update support sooner rather than later.   I can't
>imagine that people feel as strongly about this issue as they do about
>patents, but look what happened when the rest of the world told the W3C that
>the patent policy working group was going down an unacceptable path


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