XPointer's sleeping ???

Tim Bray tbray at textuality.com
Thu Nov 19 15:18:35 GMT 1998

At 08:26 AM 11/18/98 -0500, Simon St.Laurent wrote:
>Hmmm... Eight months without a new draft, and everything past the draft is
>member confidential.  You know, if the W3C had a more open process, we
>might be a lot closer to the XLink standard we've all been craving...

To be fair, note that XML itself, and in fact all W3C standards,
have member-confidential drafts.  XLink, like XML, will have
lots of invited experts on board.  

Also, not speaking for any group, I expect few suprises from 
XLink - there have been more-or-less stable specs for over a 
year and no real evidence that they don't work as intended. -Tim

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