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The XSL and XML Query Working Groups have turned the crank again. Get ’em while they're hot!

Time to do it again! The editors have delivered another round of XSL and XML Query Working Drafts. These are interim drafts as we work our way towards Candidate Recommendation. If you filed a comment on the Last Call drafts, now's your chance to see if we got it right.

Newly on the TR page, 15 September 2005 Working Drafts of

Bugzilla has been working well, thanks to everyone for taking the time to use it.

Happy reading!