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All good. How about this:
<?Mapping XmlNamespace="stat" ClrNamespace="WiseOwl.Statistics"
<Window xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/2003/xaml" Visible="true">
<SimpleText Foreground="DarkRed" FontSize="14">Hello World!</SimpleText>
<stat:PoissonDeviate Mean="5.0" />
I would still expect a namespace declaration for the stat namespace.
I've no objection to the mapping PI given that it has to tie
together three pieces of information. I realize that the colon
isn't doing that much, but again, expectations are set. Care
to comment on the implications of the above with respect to
interoperability (yes, the example is a user extension, so
interoperability is dicey at best).
From: Joshua Allen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
... going with whatever works best for
the user and can get consensus among browser vendors, rather than doing
user-hostile things in the name of purity to some random irrelevant
spec. In fact, the Hyatt discussion has morphed in a sense into a
discussion about namespaces in HTML , and the remarkable thing is
that *none* of these people are suggesting the facist route of "force
the whole world to use XHTML and only then will it work!". That's a
good sign, IMO.