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Re: Mark-up nits

From: John Arwe <johnarwe@us.ibm.com>
Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2009 09:05:51 -0400
To: public-sml@w3.org
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please open bug(s).
or if you feel these are similar enough to an existing open bug, like 
Kirk's, pile on (since you are both inside the wg, there is no particular 
need to separate them in order to maintain a clear audit trail of 
responses per commentor as would be the case for "comments from outside 
the wg")
naked comments to the email list from anyone having bugzilla access are 
like trying to teach a pig to sing.

Best Regards, John

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From:
Len Charest <Len.Charest@microsoft.com>
To:
"public-sml@w3.org" <public-sml@w3.org>
Date:
04/09/2009 08:37 PM
Subject:
Mark-up nits
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public-sml-request@w3.org



I noticed a few (potential) mark-up nits in the SML spec. FYI, editors.
 
1.  In the normative references, the first entry (for SML-IF 1.1) is 
missing the final period.
2.  The mark-up for all references includes an unmatched <cite> tag. The 
intent of <cite> is that it used at the point of reference in the main 
text, not in the bibliography. So the corrective action is to remove the 
tag.
3.  In section 4.3.1, item 1, the hyperlinks attached to “[local name]” 
and “[namespace name]” point to the definition of attribute information 
item in the XML Infoset spec. I would’ve expected links to the appropriate 
definitions in the XML Namespaces spec.
 
Items 1 and 2 above apply to the SML-IF spec as well.
 
-L


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