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RE: Enlightenment via avoiding the T-word
- From: Sean McGrath <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 08:42:46 +0100
>But it takes that extended infoset set and presents it as the one and only
>true form of the document. That's the problem. That and the fact that XML
>Schema conflates too many roles and purposes into one, and pushes them down
>into the foundations of XML.
I'd also like to see a more pluralistic vision, the recognition that there
>is not just one correct approach to producing a PSVI, and any such PSVI is
>derivative. It is not the true form of a document instance, but rather an
>infoset that is the result of some processing to suit a particular
Amen. Reminds me of March:
>I think perhaps I need to go study these Grove Plans and Property Sets that
>others keep mentioning on this list. [3,4] Maybe that offers the right path
>to achieving what people are trying to achieve with the PSVI.
But do we really need superstrings in order to do everyday chemistry?
That is all ye know on Earth.
And all you need to know.
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