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   Re: [xml-dev] Is Web 2.0 the new XML?

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Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
 > While I applaud the speaker's call to conciseness
 > as the realist property of first cause,
 > I oppose the nominalist Dogma of Clarity
 > as being insufficiently defenestrated.

I beg to differ. In XML Schema the dogma of clarity has been quite 
sufficiently thrown out the window. ;-}


 > We assuredly will apply the existentialist
 > Pragma of Implementability.  If there
 > is no communalist consensus about that, we
 > will refer this to the Subcommittee on
 > Interoperability and Syntax and adjourn
 > to the podicum for scree and trumpets.
 > Strike 'will'; insert 'shall'.
 > len
 > From: Bob Foster [mailto:bob@objfac.com]
 > Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
 >>Nah.  That's too geeky, too philosophical, Kurt.   Do this
 >>democratically. Let's vote on technologies we want to remove
 >>from or include in Web 2.0.   Since we can't vote on products
 >>(that's not capitalistic), let's vote on Standards.
 >>Anyone up for voting out XML Schema in favor of RelaxNG?
 > Sure. While we're up, let's use the RelaxNG specification as an exemplar
 > and vote out any W3 specification not as clearly written and concise.
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