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[Bug 5543] SML URI seems overconstrained

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Date: Fri, 04 Apr 2008 12:27:36 +0000
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pratul.dublish@microsoft.com changed:

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------- Comment #2 from pratul.dublish@microsoft.com  2008-03-31  
23:17 -------


The change in status should cause email to be sent to the originator  
of this
issue, to whom the following request is addressed.


Resolution in F2F meeting on 3/31 - the WG felt that this should be  
considered
for the next version of SML. The SML URI Reference Scheme has been  
defined to
ensure interoperability between implementations. To achieve interop  
for bare
names, we would need to require PSVI or DTDs, or application-defined
identifiers. None of these are good for interop. Plus, it is not  
clear that
bare names are defined for invalid XML documents, but we need to  
allow invalid
documents in models. Of course, it is possible to define an  
application/domain
specific SML Reference Scheme that supports bare names


Please review the changes adopted and let us know if you agree with this
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