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Re: Byzantine schism


byzantine schism
"Didier PH Martin" <martind@n...> writes:

> Hi
> 
> Thanx to Simon who mentioned the fact that SMIL 2.0 does not support
> Xlink.
> 
> So the update count about the Byzantine Schism is:
> a) using Xlink or allowing its uses as defined in the specs: 2 (SVG,
> MathML)
> b) not using it: 3 (XHTML, XForm, SMIL)

Work is actively underway in W3C working groups to make it possible
for all the W3C link-specifying specs to share the XLink data model --
what the details will be, and whether this will succeed or not, only
time will tell.

ht
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