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In http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2004/10/20/deviant.html, Edd Dumbill wrote:
> A reasonable question to ask, I think, even if the answer isn't quite
> as vital as it might once have been. XQuery is generally held to be
> the last great project of XML standardization, and any lessons to be
> drawn probably won't be applied in the field of XML itself.
Is XQuery the 'last great project of XML standardization'? Is there
anything big on the horizon that still needs to be done?
FWIW, after XQuery 1.0, I do think we have plenty of work going forward
on updates, grouping, full text, and the like in XQuery.