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- From: James Robertson <email@example.com>
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- Date: Fri, 15 Jan 1999 10:49:21 +1000
At 04:08 15/01/1999 , Simon wrote:
| Which makes more sense?
| application/xml + sorting out DOCTYPE
| xml/cml, xml/mathml, xml/xmi
| I don't expect the IETF to change this anytime soon, but it does seem like
| something that could stand improvement. XML isn't really a text format -
| Tim Bray used to say, it's a replacement for ASCII. I'm inclined to agree
| with him here, and think that maybe XML deserves to be placed on the same
| footing as ASCII, not underneath it.
Maybe I'm overlooking the obvious, but:
What distinguishes cml, MathML, etc from any other
ie, if we are looking at xml/mathml, why shouldn't
I expect to have:
That is, if we are using the MIME type to distinguish
between DTDs, won't we need a type for _every_ DTD
that could be used for interchange?
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