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Re: XPointer goes to REC


todd glassey
"todd glassey" <todd.glassey@w...> writes:

> That makes the W3C's referring to anything that this group does as part of
> its standard a copyright violation unless that precursor work has reached
> the state of OASIS Standard.

Ah -- I've been trying to figure out what this sub-thread has to do
with the announcement of XPointer going to REC, and _maybe_ I've just
found the connection - is there a reference to an OASIS draft or
something in one of the XPointer specs that you think shouldn't be
there?

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