Re: Recent ERB work - miscellaneous
> > other documents that contain links into a current one. However, there
> > is another standardization effort underway in the W3C called Web
> > Collections that may well be, in parallel, cooking up a solution to
> > this same problem. Furthermore, the rumor mill says that the idea of
> > using XML for Web Collections is in play. We have an action item to
> > check this out - if we can outsource this job to existing web machinery,
> > it would clearly be a good thing.
> Is this the work sitting behind a passworded web site and available
> only to dues-paying members of the W3C? If so, how does that fit
> into a spec being developed by this Working Group which includes
> consortium and non-consortium members?
Well, I when I go to look at
"http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Submission/1997/2/Overview.html", the site
certainly behves like it's passworded and not available to non-consortium
On the other hand, the abstract that I can read says:
"The submission may be distributed publicly free of any fee." So...