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[wbs] response to 'Do you approve advancing the Element Traversal spec to Candidate Recommendation?'

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The following answers have been successfully submitted to 'Do you approve
advancing the Element Traversal spec to Candidate Recommendation?' (Web
Applications Working Group) for Cameron McCormack.



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Do you approve advancing the Element Traversal spec to Candidate
Recommendation?
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Do you approve advancing the Element Traversal spec to Candidate
Recommendation?



 * (x) Yes
 * ( ) No

Rationale: 

Comments (or a URI pointing to your comments): 
Some suggested changes:

  * In section 2, in 'must also implement Element Traversal' replace
'Element Traversal' with '<a
href="#interface-elementTraversal"><code>ElementTraversal</code></a>'.
  * s/encounteres/encounters/
  * In section 2.5, s/evocation of/accessing/
  * In section 3.1, put a space after the second '//' in the example.
  * In appendix C, remove the "public"s from each method; "public" is
always implied on an interface in Java. 
  * The entries in the References appendix should be updated to use the
familiar bibliographic format suggested by the W3C Manual of Style
(http://www.w3.org/2001/06/manual/#ref-section).



These answers were last modified on 9 August 2008 at 03:19:19 U.T.C.
by Cameron McCormack

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