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Re: XLink 20000703 REC

From: Eve L. Maler <Eve.Maler@east.sun.com>
Date: Thu, 06 Jul 2000 09:47:15 -0400
Message-Id: <4.3.1.2.20000706094403.00d982e0@abnaki.East.Sun.Com>
To: "jorge gutierrez" <jjoorrggee@hotmail.com>
Cc: Eve.Maler@east.sun.com, daniel.Veillard@w3.org, www-xml-linking-comments@w3.org
Eek!  Somehow the list has gotten lost, and it looks like it's been lost 
for a while!  We will definitely fix this in the final draft (or, if it's 
allowed, the W3C folks can slip it in this draft; I've copied our W3C staff 
contact and my co-chair, Daniel Veillard, along with the linking comments 
list).

Here's the missing text:

<ulist>
<item><p>The hyperlink uses URIs as its locator technology.</p></item>
<item><p>The hyperlink is expressed at one of its two ends.</p></item>
<item><p>The hyperlink identifies the other end (although a server may have
great freedom in finding or dynamically creating that destination).</p></item>
<item><p>Users can initiate traversal only from the end where the hyperlink
is expressed to the other end.</p></item>
<item><p>The hyperlink's effect on windows, frames, go-back lists, stylesheets
in use, and so on is determined by user agents, not by the hyperlink itself.
For example, traversal of <code>A</code> links normally replaces the current
view, perhaps with a user option to open a new window.</p></item>
</ulist>

         Eve

At 10:51 AM 7/6/00 +0000, jorge gutierrez wrote:
>Hi
>
>Sorry I bother you but I thought the mailing list was not the correct 
>place to send this mail.
>
>As I say in the subject, in the XLink 3rd July REC, Section 1 you say:
>
>"[...]An important application of XLink is in hypermedia systems that have 
>hyperlinks. A simple case of a hyperlink is an HTML A element, which has 
>these characteristics:
>
>This set of characteristics is powerful, but the model that [...]"
>
>Which are those characteristics? Lost or maybe I have misunderstood this 
>section of the document.
>
>I hope this helps
>
>Thanks

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Sun Microsystems XML Technology Center    elm @ east.sun.com
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