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"Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <email@example.com> wrote:
| I read this earlier and almost responded; it appears the WG is attemping
| a weak version of architectural forms.
Yes. But stuff like location="@href" - shades of XPath/Xpointer - is
going to run into the name clash problem again, for which the answer
predictably trotted out wil be that it's gotta be hlink:location or
someuch. (I predict a comment to this effect - reiterating the primacy of
dogma - from W3C Liaisons or Other Leading Lights)
| Host language == Markup application language
| Integration language == Architectural forms
I'm not sure about this. AFs would seem to apply to both.
| It was noted when architectural forms were invented that an application
| language could be used as an architectural form and by a "top level form",
| an architectural form could become an application language.
| Is this another case of changing the names and adopting a piece of another
| technology (namespaces) that makes the result more complicated than the
| original and ends up being less powerful?