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- From: Leigh Dodds <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 11:41:39 -0000
> If we decide that SML is for data and not for publishing, should we then
> rename SML to Data Markup Language (DML)?
Data vs Publishing? How do you define the boundaries there? We're commonly
taking SGML/XML markup of 'publishing' data (abstracts, titles, authors,
and using this data as XML messages ('data') between systems. So we
seem to be lying on the boundaries here.
> The real answer to this question depends on the audience that is
> SML, I think. So it would probably be sufficient to refute my suggestion
> having a large enough group of people express interest in SML for
What is SML about anyway? What are the benefits beyond reductionism?
Hard to be interested when you don't know what its for.
Personally I'm waiting to see what APIs might be layered on top of
SML, and then possibly retrofit them to an XML parser and then be on my
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