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email@example.com (Ian Davis) writes:
>XML doesn't need fixing.
That's good to hear.
>Using XML to solve certain classes of
>problems where extensibility of the data model is required does need a
Unfortunately you've chosen a solution where your choice of data model
imposes costs on those who have other priorities. I don't believe data
model extensibility is a usefully solvable problem in a general way, so
my interest in paying those costs is considerably lower than your
interests in imposing them.
>I'm sure you could represent the RDF data model in
>ASN.1 but I haven't tried it.
ASN.1 folks seem generally more willing to pay a price for convenient
_program_ access to information.
>Funny. Mixed content on really makes sense in the XML/SGML domain.
>What does it mean to have mixed content in a CSV file?
It doesn't make sense, which is one key criteria for choosing XML over
CSV - or RDF.
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