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   RE: [xml-dev] Standards for Search Systems

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Yes, but there are also links to comments solicited on every paragraph, so
for those interested in contributing, the door is open it appears.  I expect
that web services could benefit from such standards.

From: James Landrum [mailto:james.landrum@ndsu.nodak.edu]
Yeesh!  Talk about labyrinthian efforts.  A quick read of the document suggests this is a compilation, with sections provided by individuals or working groups, that is not as cohesive as it could (or should) be- more like a committee draft in great need of further revision. Nonetheless it is a good start on identifying interest areas and activities in the standards informatics sector, with regard for US National Priorities.  Clearly points to what many have said at various times about many interest-areas and the status of efforts toward interoperability and standardization.  In my case this emphasis has been on  discussions about the lack of system-wide agency/organization liaisons for the holistic development of interoperable heritage informatics, e.g., there is no systematic  liaison between agencies and organizations  to address establishment of  National Priorities for Human Biological and Cultural Heritage Informatics (NPHuBCHI)), and what is needed to accomplish that, for example, is a National Heritage Information Clearinghouse and Communications Infrastructure (NHICCI), not to mention the International issues that arise- and that is truly labyrinthian.

Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:


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