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"Jeff Rafter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > The Working Group intends to fold all the errata published to date
> > into a second edition of the W3C XML Schema recommendations in the
> > near future.
> Thanks for the hard work XML Schema team!
On behalf of the WG, you're welcome.
> Out of curiosity what is the expected time frame for the second edition.
In around a month from now, we'll look at the comments received, deal
with them, and proceed to publication. So, assuming careful readers
don't uncover too many bloopers, maybe and of May?
> Additionally, are there chances that more errata (or even less) will go in
> the second edition or is this set the absolute makeup?
Chances are low in either direction, I'd judge, but not zero.
> I ask primarily because the number of changes is rather large, and
> included in the announcement was an invitation to look the changes
Precisely. That's why non-zero.
Henry S. Thompson, HCRC Language Technology Group, University of Edinburgh
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