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At 12:26 PM 6/11/2002 -0600, Matt Gushee wrote:
>Maybe publishing people can
>use DTDs, RELAX NG, or Schematron, and let the Web Services crowd have
>their bloated XSD. As long as they don't force everyone to use it.
I don't think "as long as they don't force everyone to use it" is nearly
There's a fundamental naming problem with XSD - it's called "XML Schema",
it's published by the W3C, and it's frequently described as a core part of
If the W3C renames it "Type-based Description for XML Serializations" and
lets it lurk on the margins of their spec, then maybe there's some hope for
In the meantime, I don't think there's much cause for those of us who find
W3C XML Schema sorely lacking (especially for data, which it claims to do
well) to be so charitable.
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