On Wed, 11 Apr 2007 14:53:40 -0400 (EDT)
Robin Cover <rob...@oasis-open.org> wrote:
As to the selection of a target for a normative reference, it matters
a lot whether the "normativeness" relates to specific content
in a target document, or just "whatever that document might say
at the time of your reading it..." Creating the citation should
make it clear what's intended.
Thanks for your comments.
In this case, TMX is a non-normative reference and if we point the link
to TMX's home page, we will be consistent with the reference to SRX, the
other standard from LISA mentioned in our specs.
The only relevant reference to a given version of TMX says:
"At the time of this document's authoring, TMX 14b does not support
<g> and <x/> inline tag equivalents."
This reference will be obsolete when the new version of TMX is finally
released, so I don't expect any problem if we point to TMX's home page
FWIW, current link points to the latest version of TMX, not to a
specific version of it.
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