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   Re: [xml-dev] Interesting mailing list & a rare broadside

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I did not know W3C XML-Schema had so many "features" :)

Anyways, I cannot believe there can be so many non-intuitive things which
I still do not know about XML-Schema, I am sure I have been following
XML-Schema orders of magnitude more than an average user of XML
technologies. How do we expect people to use XML if XML-Schema is what we
have to put up with??

I do not know the answers.. hopefully things will become better..

cheers and regards - murali.

On Tue, 4 Jun 2002, Tim Bray wrote:

> Note sure if this has been mentioned here, but some Real Smart Guys over
> in the IETF are working on draft guidelines for How To Use XML.  It's
> not 100% fully cooked yet, but it's turning into IMHO a superb piece of
> work that applies well beyond the IETF.  Mailing list at
>   http://www.imc.org/ietf-xml-use/mail-archive/maillist.html
> Also, it's not often that James opens the ports, rolls out all the
> cannons, and lets go with a full broadside, but you don't want to miss
> it when it happens:
>   http://www.imc.org/ietf-xml-use/mail-archive/msg00217.html
>   -Tim
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