Last Call: XQuery 3.1 and XQueryX 3.1; and additional supporting documents

Last Call: XQuery 3.1 and XQueryX 3.1; and additional supporting documents

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Today the XQuery Working Group published a Last Call Working Draft of XQuery 3.1 and XQueryX 3.1. Additional supporting documents were published jointly with the XSLT Working Group: a Last Call Working Draft of XPath 3.1, together with XPath Functions and Operators, XQuery and XPath Data Model, and XSLT and XQuery Serialization. XQuery 3.1 and XPath 3.1 introduce improved support for working with JSON data with map and array data structures as well as loading and serializing JSON; additional support for HTML class attributes, HTTP dates, scientific notation, cross-scaling between XSLT and XQuery and more. Comments are welcome through 7 November 2014. Learn more about the XML Activity.

How closely do you read?

To answer that question, read all the mentioned documents by 7 November 2014, keeping a list of errors you spot.

Submit your list to the XQuery Working Group by by 7 November 2014 and score your reading based on the number of “errors” accepted by the working group.

What is your W3C Proofing Number? (Average number of accepted “errors” divided by the number of W3C drafts where “errors” were submitted.)

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