Re: W3C Last Call and Media Type request for comments: XSLT 2.0

Martin Duerst <> Fri, 09 September 2005 19:57 UTC

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Date: Sat, 10 Sep 2005 03:25:06 +0900
To: Chris Lilley <>, "'Liam Quin'" <>
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Subject: Re: W3C Last Call and Media Type request for comments: XSLT 2.0
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At 05:29 05/09/09, Chris Lilley wrote:

 >this has come up before as W3C uses the new process. The requirement to
 >make the registration template an appendix in the spec means that people
 >tend to forget that the appendix also has the be read as an independent
 >document by the people here.

Just a small point:
There is no requirement that the template be an *appendix*. For many
specs, making the template an appendix will work out fine, but it could
as well be a section or subsection if that works better for the spec
in question.

 >The appendix has to make sense as a standalone registrations, so rather
 >than saying "this document" say "the document at (url) called (title)".

Yes, indeed. It will be self-referencing :-).

Regards,   Martin.