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|Identifier||Type / Status||Reference and Description||Proposed Resolution / Latest Change|
|email@example.com, 2005-02-27: Umbrella issue for editorial changes.||latest change in revision latest
|2006-09-02: Keep references up-to-date.||latest change in revision latest
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firstname.lastname@example.org, 2006-07-31: The DAV:collection-must-be-ordered precondition as specified prevents ORDERPATCH from setting the ordering semantics on a previously unordered collection. This doesn't make sense, because it would imply that an existing unordered collection never can be turned into an ordered collection. Proposal to relax the precondition here so that it applies only to attempts to reorder a collection which isn't ordered.
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|email@example.com, 2005-02-27: Specify safeness and idempotence of ORDERPATCH method.||in revision latest:
Done. See http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-dist-auth/2005JanMar/0284.html.
Last change: 2006-09-02