I am not quite sure what this list
represents, please clarify.
Is it a list of formats which are all in scope to be
'change tracked' using some new standard?
or, is it a list of formats in which
change tracking could be represented?
or perhaps each technology is
one or both of these!
the question of scope of course, and there is a danger of trying
to solve all
the problems of the world if we are not properly
focused! The focus needs to be discussed and
agreed early on I think.
Robin La Fontaine
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On 20/09/2014 10:24, Innovimax SARL wrote:
I started to collect the technologies that could interact at
any level with change tracking
Here are a few so far https://www.w3.org/community/change/wiki/Technologies
- XQuery Update
- Dublin core
Please fill free to add (and perhaps links also)
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