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- From: Peter Murray-Rust <email@example.com>
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- Date: Thu, 16 Apr 1998 08:37:41
At 00:43 13/04/98 -0400, Eve L. Maler wrote:
>Steve DeRose and I do track XML-Dev and other XML-related lists for XLink
>issues, but people should try to stick to XML-Dev's original mission of
>discussing implementation, and send any specific XLink comments and
>requests directly to us.
>At 04:58 PM 4/12/98 -0400, David Megginson wrote:
>>Daniel Pitti writes:
>> > Is there a separate list for XLink discussion? Or is xml-dev the
>> > appropriate venue for now?
There are as yet relatively few implementations of XLink and since there
has been little experience with it so far it's certainly appropriate to
discuss the strategy of implementation. Eliot Kimber wrote an extremely
valuable contribution last year (search the archive :-) which is worth
Personally I feel that XLink is one of the most powerful areas of the XML
family and some generic tools would be extremely useful. For example both
XML-data and RDF might benefit from being expressed in XLink if a link
processor were available. Is this reasonable?
I am certainly looking to use Xlink as the first choice for expressing
@relations' in science and technology - based on the hope that tools will
become available. A major advantage - as with all XML - is that it is much
more accessible to normal mortals than other approaches.
Peter Murray-Rust, Director Virtual School of Molecular Sciences, domestic
VSMS http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/vsms, Virtual Hyperglossary
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