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Re: ref bugs

From: John Arwe <johnarwe@us.ibm.com>
Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2007 10:21:30 -0400
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As far as I know you are correct, I have no objection if you make the 
update.  From what I have heard recently about how the editors arbitrate 
ownership, you would also have to clear "assigned to" (or change it to 
yourself, if you are working on them) when you transition them to 
editorial.
I think it is merely an artifact of Sandy rushing madly to clear out 
things that would otherwise hold up other people while he is at W3C 
meetings this week and next, e.g. revising the refs and schema bindings 
proposals.

Best Regards, John

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Kumar Pandit <kumarp@windows.microsoft.com> 
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I think the following bugs have already reached a consensus since we 
agreed on the ref proposal. Are they waiting for some other aspect before 
they are marked as editorial?
 
4658    How should deref() treat multiple child elements that use the same 
ref scheme
4683    What should deref() return when there are multiple matches
4865    clearly doc requirements for defining a reference scheme
 
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