As you know Bruce, stored queries have been in CAP since -00 and there has been no consensus called to remove them. The ability to support PDA's and low memory devices was in the CAP requirements specificaiton that was the reason they were created.
In rescanning CAP-12 for changes I see that the editors have not removed all vestiges of stored queries from CAP 1.0. There is still text on QUERYID (8.27 QUERYID property) and several examples that use QUERYID. These should be removed for CAP 1.0 and be just part of any CAP followon that describes a stored query mechanism.
In addition VQUERYs are still part of the object model in Section 3.2 Calendar Store Object Model. This too should be removed and proposed in the followon work.
Otherwise CAP 1.0 will implicitly, if not explicitly, mandate that a CS MUST support stored VQUERYs which is not a reasonable requirement as we've covered ad naseum over the past 2 years. I propose that the QUERYID section be removed, the VQUERYs be removed from the model diagram (pp 20 & 21) and that QUERYID be removed from all examples. All the text can be moved to any followon work that stored query proponents want to propose for consideration.
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