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[ I dropped email@example.com as apparently its moderated and I'm
not on it]
> which claim, as I noted, is bogus.
It's not particularly useful but I don't see how you can argue with the
spec. If it says that elements are in no namespace unless explictly
declared to be in a namespace then presumably that is the case, by
(Even if the only sensible way to interpret these things is to treat
them as if they were in a namespace with either no name or name "").
> So what does one call this 'set of names which has the name "", but
> which one can for historical reasons not call a namespace'?
That. (phrases like that appear most weeks on xsl-list in answer to user
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