Edit ACTION-188: Create an issue to address the use of other namespace vocabulary in the schema

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  1. TTML Agenda for 19/09/13 (from Sean.Hayes@microsoft.com on 2013-09-19) (from Sean.Hayes@microsoft.com on 2013-09-19)
  2. TTML Agenda for 15/08/13 (from Sean.Hayes@microsoft.com on 2013-08-15) (from Sean.Hayes@microsoft.com on 2013-08-15)
  3. Re: TML Agenda for 06/08/13 (from glenn@skynav.com on 2013-08-08) (from glenn@skynav.com on 2013-08-08)
  4. Re: TML Agenda for 06/08/13 (from pal@palemieux.com on 2013-08-08) (from pal@palemieux.com on 2013-08-08)
  5. TML Agenda for 06/08/13 (from Sean.Hayes@microsoft.com on 2013-08-08) (from Sean.Hayes@microsoft.com on 2013-08-08)
  6. [minutes] Timed Text 20130725 (from plh@w3.org on 2013-07-25) (from plh@w3.org on 2013-07-25)

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XML Schema 1.0 is widely supported. I am not so sure about XML Schema 1.1. Unless XML Schema 1.1 allows us to confirm the validity of a document exactly as specified in the prose exactly, I suggest XML Schema 1.0 be retained.

Pierre-Anthony Lemieux, 25 Jul 2013, 14:53:22

Done. See https://www.w3.org/AudioVideo/TT/tracker/issues/278.

Glenn Adams, 5 Sep 2013, 21:43:00

See http://www.w3.org/AudioVideo/TT/tracker/issues/278

Glenn Adams, 19 Sep 2013, 13:47:01


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