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   RE: [xml-dev] URIs harmful

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What exactly do you mean by "namespaces in .NET" ? Do you mean CLR namespaces that are analogous to C++ namespaces and Java packages? Or do you mean the choice of namespace URIs in various schemas that are related to the .NET strategy? Or something else completely? 
However, which ever .NET you are talking about there is nothing odd in the fact that Joshua's position may be different from it. 
-----Original Message----- 
From: Winchel 'Todd' Vincent III [mailto:winchel@mindspring.com] 
Sent: Mon 7/29/2002 4:54 PM 
To: Jonathan Borden; John Cowan 
Cc: Joshua Allen; xml-dev@lists.xml.org 
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] URIs harmful

	 (1) the
	system has some similarities to Microsoft's use of "namespaces" in .NET (so
	I think Joshua position is a bit odd) and (2) TimBL wants to create a
	"semantic web" but he is against fixing resources at the end of a URI (if my
	understanding of his writing in correct).
	If you think of the difference between URI and a citation (especially legal
	citations) to literature, you may see some benefit.
	Winchel "Todd" Vincent III
	Attorney and Technical Consultant
	Project Director, E-CT-Filing Project
	Georgia State University College of Law
	Email: winchel@mindspring.com
	Web: http://e-ct-file.gsu.edu/
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