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- From: MURATA Makoto <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Date: Tue, 26 May 1998 17:12:27 +0900
Simon North wrote:
> Namespaces: no-one is happy about namespaces. Maybe I should leave it
> to Jon himself to speak his piece, but in the panel session on the
> current status of the standards (SGML + XML) he said that XML was
> almost stopped in its tracks by the W3C because other working groups
> claimed that the XML group was not giving them what they needed.
> Namespaces was more or less forced on them (he didn't actually say
> the words 'ad hoc solution' but that was the flavour) and there are
> a lot of problems with it.
I am quite happy with the current working draft of the namespace mechanism.
Although I am not entirely happy, I would say I am happier with the namespace
than I am with XML 1.0. It is true that many issues are remaining and they are
left to the schema extension, but the namespace extension is a great step,
as I see it.
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