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[Bug 5341] EPR Reference Scheme Note

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--- Comment #34 from Len Charest <len.charest@microsoft.com>  2009-06-01 05:02:55 ---
Running the link checker (http://validator.w3.org/checklink) over revision 1.14
reveals many broken links, particularly links to the SML and SML-IF
recommendations. Many of the intra-doc fragment ids are broken as well.

In the References section:

  - The [SML] and [SML-if] entries have '25 November 2008' as the date of 
  - [RFC 3987] could use a comma and space after the title
  - [WS-Man] -- There is a problem with the markup around the title
  - [WS-T] and [WSDM] -- Replace period after title with a comma
  - [XML] contains what looks like a placeholder '[XXXSMLXXX]'; also, is
    the explanatory text re editions necessary here?

Suggest bumping up the date on the Note and adjusting the Note URIs to match. I
changed the XLink Note to '1 June 2006'.

The hover-to-reveal behavior of the 'Back to Contents' links is broken.

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