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Michael Kay wrote:
> I think the status quo (and the most likely final outcome) is that the
> built-in types of XML Schema have to be supported, but user-defined
> types, and type-annotations on nodes, do not. In other words, processors
> must be able to cast strings to dates and numbers, and implement
> operations defined on those dates or numbers, but they don't have to
> support a schema processor that marks the contents of an element or
> attribute as a date or a number or a hat-size.
So it will probably be legal to ignore xsi: declarations?