[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: Regarding the vote on XML Schema.
- From: Murali Mani <mani@CS.UCLA.EDU>
- To: Ann Navarro <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 11:03:18 -0700 (PDT)
I heard the above from a W3C member. But thinking about it, I wonder why
that need not be made public -- we as users I think are somewhat entitled
to get answers to how do the two technologies compare, why are decisions
made as they are. Might be not for all issues, but some important issues
at least should be made public. There should be good reasons why two very
prolific mathematicians and XML practitioners such as James Clark and
Makoto Murata have decided not to adopt fully the solution proposed by XML
Schema. I think everyone is interested in knowing how things are headed,
and what factors are being considered.
Anyway, let us wait and watch as to how the W3C decides on schema
directions. XML schema has lot of features that have been very well
studied, I believe RELAX and TREX also have adopted almost all the good
features of XML Schema, and hope they will continue to do so.
got some work to finish off.
regards - murali.
On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Ann Navarro wrote:
> At 10:25 AM 4/23/2001 -0700, Murali Mani wrote:
> >I heard that every W3C member company is permitted to submit a vote on XML
> >Schema. I believe these votes and comments are in the public W3C record.
> >Can anyone point us to the above?? I am interested in looking at them.
> Every W3C member company is permitted to submit a "vote" on any technology
> as a part of it's going from PR to Rec.
> However, those votes and comments are NOT in the "public W3C record" (if
> that is meant to be that any Joe on the Net can go look at who "voted" in
> what manner and made which comments).