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Subject: RE: [xliff] RE: Filenaming

I agree. This naming convention needs revisiting. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Yves Savourel [mailto:ysavourel@translate.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2003 11:19 AM
To: Tony Jewtushenko
Cc: XLIFF list
Subject: [xliff] RE: Filenaming

> Looks like we'll have to change the name of the spec to conform to the 
> OASIS naming conventions.  Any chance you can do that over the next 
> couple of days,  or if not can you send the doc to me and I'll do it?  
> I could make the changes and forward to the webmaster by Thurday.

I can make the changes:

1- Rename the latest revision of 1.1 to xliff-core-1.1-cs.htm and the revision copy xliff-core-1.1-cs-4.htm (it will be the fourth revision).
2- Change the content of xliff-specification.htm to list the various versions and link to them.
3- Rename the schema to xliff-core-schema-1.1-cs.xsd

Note the change #3 has more implications than renaming the specification document. Tools have been already developed for 1.1 and have pointers to the schema's URL. It's also all over the example in the specification document.
We'll have to update it too. I don't think having two copies is a good thing, but it's an XSD file, not a HTML and can't be re-directed. Maybe doing an include of the new file would solve the problem, or should we just forget about allowing graceful modification.

The URL will apparently also change once again when it becomes an OASIS
standard: will it have also to be modified in the specification then? It is a little messy to have a public schema URL that keeps changing.

I'll do this tomorrow, except contrary notice.

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