Talk:Service Modeling Language

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Cem's comment below is not dated, so it may or may not apply, but I hope the prediction for a re-write holds true. This article is certainly in need of work. The consortium has been inactive for half a year and the W3C has taken over vetting the spec delivered by the consortium. It appears that the work group is close to declaring a 'last call'. With the dormancy of the consortium, those interested in using SML would do well to reference the draft on the W3C site, not the old consortium site, I will try to find time to do some work on this. The information on SML itself in the article is not egregiously wrong or distorted, but I doubt that anyone really familiar with the current state of SML would be entirely comfortable. I will try to put some work in as I find time, but I just stumbled onto this and can't do it justice now. --Vinemaple 08:10, 3 November 2007 (UTC)

The part about models is not helping. This is just a general discussion and not specifically related to SML. Advseb 17:40, 23 April 2007 (UTC)

Here is a link to an article about SML. Im not going to write anything for it right now beacuse the information about it isnt substantial enough. See Here--Altrock78 10:34, 1 August 2006 (UTC)

In a couple of weeks this should be streamlined and re-written. In the next weeks there will be some interesting new sources on this topic for sure. Until then this article is a stub resp. a collection of raw material. User:Cem Basman