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   Where are discussions about Schemas taking place?

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  • From: Mark Tucker <mct@foyt.indyrad.iupui.edu>
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Thu, 10 Sep 1998 09:15:48 -0500 (EST)

Where is the proper forum to discuss Schemas?

	DCD		-- ?
	XSchema		-- here
	RDF Schemas	-- ?

	RDF in general	-- ?	

Replacing DTD's sure looks like it would a Big Deal.

And I wonder along with "Richard L. Goerwitz" <richard@goon.stg.brown.edu>

rg> If that happens, one has to wonder whether a fundamental redesign is
rg> in order.  I.e., if DTDs, SGML, etc. go out the window, why not just
rg> go back to the drawing board?  There's a lot of cruft that only made
rg> it into the XML standard because of SGML compatibility requirements.

Mark Tucker			tucker_m@regenstrief.iupui.edu
Regenstrief Institute		phone: (317) 630-2606
1001 W. 10'th St; Indianapolis, IN; 46202-2859;	fax: (317) 630-6962

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