Jan I appreciate all your help on this.
It's an interesting concept. I would have used predecessor-version to specify the version that the working copy came from. This does not work as well in some systems that as mentioned creates a new version on checkin rather than checkout. In those systems the working copy and the version the working copy came from are internally in that system the same.
I am okay with adding it. It makes sense. It reduces the overload on the predecessor-version. CMIS (and any other system) can leverage the new link relation if desired.
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Julian Reschke ---12/02/2009 09:07:04 AM---Jan Algermissen wrote: > Julian,
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Subject: Re: (Opposite of working-copy?) Comment on draft-brown-versioning-link-relations-03
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