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I have this <a href="http://map.net">day job</a> and so I
don't have time to do this, but it could be wrapped up in a week
by someone with access to the necessary resources.
It's a website that has a form with one argument, which is
the URL of some document. It reads the document, pulls out
the namespace URIs, and for each one goes and sees if there's
a RDDL. Then it produces a nice outlined analysis of the
document, showing all the namespaces that apply to various
parts of it, and offering to perform various schema validations,
stylesheet-driven output generation tasks, or various other
useful things, based on the resources out of the RDDLs; the
xlink:title attributes on rddl:resources would be useful in
generating this outline. Also for each namespace, allow you to
click to get the human-readable info on that namespace. It would
need to include a bunch of different schema validation engines
and some rendering engines, but there are lots of those around.
Seems to me you could cook this up, using freeware tools and
either perl or python, in a couple of days.
Seems like it could be useful. -Tim