Publication of W3C XML Fragment WG Requirements document

Peter Murray-Rust peter at
Tue Dec 8 07:30:58 GMT 1998

At 09:12 01/12/98 -0600, Paul Grosso wrote:
>W3C working groups and recognized liaison groups are invited to submit
>comments to the mailing list given in the document.  I am sending this 
>notice of publication to xml-dev to advise interested parties on this
>mailing list about the publication of this document so that more people
>will be aware of our proposed work.  Both the document and the mailing
>list to which comments are sent are public, and non-W3C members can 
>submit comments.  While I encourage thoughful and concise comments from
>members of xml-dev, please note that it is not feasible for all such 
>comments to be explicitly acknowledged by the working group.  Also,
>please be sure to read the documents and consider our scope before
>making comments about what "would be nice."  (We purposely defined
>a somewhat limited scope for our current work.) 

Many thanks for this mailing. This looks a very useful process, and I am
very pleased that XML-DEV has the status of "liaison group". As PaulG says,
it's valuable to consider submissions carefully, and if XML-DEV can act as
a filter or concentrator beforehand, I would be pleased for it to be used
in this way. Therefore if members of XML-DEV have potential contributions
that should feel free to raise them here and get feedback from other


Peter Murray-Rust, Director Virtual School of Molecular Sciences, domestic
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