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- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ron Bourret)
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Tue, 2 Jun 1998 14:16:23 +0200
Tim Bray wrote:
> In fact *every* attempt so far
> (the old DSD stuff, XML-Data, etc) to express content models in XML has
> come up verbose and unreadable compared to good ol' 8879 DTD notation.
> I think there's a better way, and want to see what xml-dev can come up
> with. -Tim
Regardless of whether XSchema rivals DTD notation for brevity and clarity, we
still need it. The compelling reason for XSchema is not besting the readability
of DTD notation -- a visual schema editor is far clearer than both -- but making
schema information available through XML tools (which are numerous) rather than
DTD tools (which are not).
For this reason, I would vote against directly using RDF in XSchema, as it means
we will have designed something we can't use.
-- Ron Bourret
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