XLink becomes Candidate Recommendation
08:48, 4 Jul 2000 UTC | Edd Dumbill

XLink, the W3C's XML language to create and describe inter-resource links, has entered a three month Candidate Recommendation (CR) phase, ending 3 October.

The purpose of CRs is to solicit implementation feedback from XML developers. Such comments should be sent to www-xml-linking-comments@w3.org, and will be archived on the W3C's web site.

XLink's sister specifications, XPointer and XML Base are in Candidate Recommendation and Last Call phase respectively.

The XML Linking group are also working on a W3C Note describing an expression of XLink in RDF (not to facilitate round-tripping of XLinks through RDF, but to "represent the intent of the XML document").

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