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Jonathan Borden scripsit:
> Well that is/would be the *benefit* of describing an XPointer scheme by
> QName/URI. Simon would be able to simply post a description of his XPointer
> extensions on his website, and software would be able to follow his XPointer
> schemes into XML documents. That would be really cool.
It would be really cool; it's probably well beyond the state of the
art, unless the "description" were written in Java er sumpn.
> 1) allow organizations/individuals other than the W3C to register XPointer
> schemes via the IETF i.e. via the current I-D -> RFC mechanism, assuming the
> IETF wished to maintain an XPointer scheme registry
I think no one would object to this solution with the exception of IANA,
which would have the job of actually maintaining the registry. IANA is
overworked and underfunded.
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that is not wittily expressed. John Cowan
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