SML hits LC (Last Call) in W3C

SML hits LC (Last Call) in W3C

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The LC (Last Call) versions of the SML specifications were published at the W3C website today. This is an important milestone in the journey towards getting the specifications approved as a W3C Recommendation, but a lot of work still remains to be done.  The LC versions are available at the following URLs:

SML specification

SML-IF specification

The SML WG is now soliciting public review of these specificiations, and seeking feedback and comments. The last date for submitting comments to the WG is March 26, 2008, and instructions for submitting the comments are available here. This is your chance to influence the SML standardization effort - please review the specifications and send your comments.

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  • Hi

    is there any progres from Microsoft side here? Would Microsoft continue to transit from SDM to SML?

    How is status here? Is it implementened or will be implemented on all levels of products, operational , mamagement (System Center Suite), developement (Team Server) etc.? I cannot find much new information.

    Thanks

    Goran

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