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[Bug 5513] Why does SML define sml:ref instead of using XLink

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Date: Fri, 04 Apr 2008 12:27:45 +0000
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pratul.dublish@microsoft.com changed:

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------- Comment #7 from pratul.dublish@microsoft.com  2008-03-31  
21:19 -------

Resolution in F2F on 3/31. sml:ref="true" identifies an SML reference  
and is
orthogonal to the SML Reference scheme used to carry the address.

Rename 'schema validity rules' to 'schema component rules'

The SML WG believes that the above proposal resolves this issue  
fully.  I'm
changing its status accordingly.

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