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Michael Kay wrote:
>> you can put down "XML Linking."
>Hyperlinks belong in the user interface space, XML should represent
>information independently of the user interface. It was always
>wrong to do hyperlinking at the XML level and the attempt should not be
>"Modelling relationships in XML" - that would be different.
I completely agree. That's why I said "XML Linking" and not "XML
Hyperlinking." I think that modeling relationships is a bit ambitious,
though; a "model" makes me think of an ordered structure of components.
Perhaps "representing relationships" would be the lower-hanging fruit, but
we don't need a new standard to say that resource X has relationship Y to
resource Z; we've got RDF for that.