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Pro SQL Server 2008 XML by Michael Coles

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Appendix A. W3C and Other References

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has a very specific process in place to fulfill its goal of "developing interoperable technologies" for the Web. In a nutshell, the process goes like this:

  1. The W3C initially publishes a working draft of a document for review by the community.

  2. A document can undergo several rounds of updates, each being released as a new working draft.

  3. A working draft that W3C believes has been widely reviewed and satisfies the relevant technical requirements is released as a candidate recommendation.

  4. A candidate recommendation that has proven technically sound is promoted to a proposed recommendation, which is sent to the W3C Advisory Committee for final endorsement.

  5. A proposed recommendation ...

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