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- From: Len Bullard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Tim Berners-Lee <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 09 Nov 1999 18:18:24 -0600
Tim Berners-Lee wrote:
> It is now appropriate for any group developing a W3C xml application (such
> as P3P, xHTML, etc) to use namespaces and schemas. These should be seen as
> the first, very important, test cases for schema: if xml-schema language
> won't do what you want it to do, then get it fixed.
> Working across more groups takes time but it leads to a consistent result.
> Let's make sure everything fits together at this stage!
How can a namespace enable us to discover a record of authority by
which we may determine which variant or subset of the definition
is in effect for some time slice of a process?
It is important because we will not have a single definition for
some processes which may think to name within a single standard.
For example, the timing models or concepts of SMIL and VRML may
not be compatible although they do overlap considerably. We
require a means to diffentiate the non-compatible models.
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