RE: [Bug 5561] SML should define a Simple XLink Reference Scheme

Regarding the meaning in *S* in bullet item #3a (comment LKC13):

      Let *S* be the specification that defines the schema of *U* ...

I think it was "scheme" that was meant, yes???  ("schema" ==> "scheme"
twice in that sentence.)

(Also, I find the "for said schema/e" at the end of bullet a bit archaic
in its use of "said".  Can we just say "for this scheme"?  And in this
same vein, I also find the "the so-marked attribute" phrase in the Note
before section 2 to be a bit stilted.  Can we say "the xlink-qualified

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-----Original Message-----
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Behalf Of Len Charest
Sent: Friday, March 06, 2009 2:57 AM
Subject: RE: [Bug 5561] SML should define a Simple XLink Reference

Sorry for the delay in getting this out. I've been swamped.

There are a number of comments in the doc which ask a question but do
not proposed a specific change. I'd like to discuss those issues during
the next teleconf.


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Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2009 11:51 PM
Subject: [Bug 5561] SML should define a Simple XLink Reference Scheme

--- Comment #9 from Len Charest <>  2009-03-06
07:51:18 ---
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Len's proposed changes the to the XLink ref scheme note

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