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   Re: Architectural Forms (was Personal Names (was: DTD Question))

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  • From: Geir Ove Gronmo <grove@infotek.no>
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 12:48:47 +0200

At 09:36 23.10.98 +0100, Michael Kay wrote:
>>Sounds like architectural forms to me!  (Tell me again why we are
>>obsessively reinventing the wheel?)
>Probably because architectural forms have been marketed so badly. A bit as
>if the inventor of the wheel had called it ... tries to think of a totally
>unhelpful and off-putting name ... an architectural form, perhaps?

The irony is that the concept of architectual forms is very simple. The
problem is more that there is not really any easily accessible information
about it. What the world needs is tutorials, howtos and practical examples.

Geir O.

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