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/ Gustaf Liljegren <gustaf.liljegren@xml.se> was heard to say:
| I'm not familiar with OASIS' decision process, but this document looks
| finished:
| http://makeashorterlink.com/?Y2E825DC4
| (A working PDF would be nice though.)

Uhm. Yeah. Someone else mentioned that.

/me goes off to run "make pdf"
/me ponders one odd page break and decides not to worry about it just now
/me uploads the document

The PDF is now available at


/me mutters something untranscribable about database backends to
    websites and how they generate totally stupid URIs and makes a
    note to write a screed about it someday

| How big event is this? Will this be looked upon in 2 years as a milestone
| for entity resolving in XML? Will it be accepted? Is there any current
| opposition to it? I know some people doesn't like URNs in namespaces for
| example. Should any future versions of XML refer to this specification?

They're already pretty widely used, actually. They're A Good Thing.

                                        Be seeing you,

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