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RE: Re: Can XLink be fixed?

RE:  Re: Can XLink be fixed?
At 01:01 PM 8/16/2002 -0400, Didier PH Martin wrote:
>  I have to admit that I am a bit
>confuse about the WG goal and intentions, or maybe it is because the WG
>itself is confused :-) I would be very much interested to know and
>understand the motivations behind the xlink specs rejection.

Our comments have been linked within this discussion multiple times.

As Shane pointed out earlier (as well), we hope to have a document in the 
public space Real Soon Now that will perhaps better demonstrate our needs. 
However, it's not fair to assert that they're unspecified at this point -- 
it's been hashed over and over and over again.



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