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   Re: ubiquitous XML?

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  • From: Paul Tchistopolskii <paul@qub.com>
  • To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
  • Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2000 20:12:05 -0800

1. Elements.
2. Attributes ( in syntax, not in the model ).
3. Mixed content - allowed.
4. No namespaces, PIs e t.c. ( they're addressed by 5/6/7 ).
5. Reasonable Schema.
6. Reasonable Xpath.
7. Reasonable XSL.
8. 5/6/7 working together in some unified way.

This is the framework I'm desiging right now and 
I'm scheduling maybe one year to get this implemented. 
There are some twists with 5/6/7/8, but last 2 weeks 
I feel they're solvable.

This is "XML Linux" and any developer who shares exactly 
this view on XML is very welcome to join me in this adventure. 

SML-dev helps a lot, but SML-dev is *not* 'bugfixing'  XML,
but is addressing another problem domain, so SML-dev is 
not "XML Linux".


PS. "XML Linux" has nothing  to do with semantics web
or embedded devices, but the purpose of XML Linux is 
to produce handy server-side tools that could be used 
by ordinary person without spending years on reading 
different specs of  300 pages each.


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