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Rick Jelliffe wrote:
> A happy day for me :-) Schematron is now slated to finally become an ISO
> Standard in March.
> The text for the Final Draft Internation Standard for Schematron has now
> been approved by multi-national voting. It is copyright ISO, but it is
> basically identical to the draft at www.schematron.com
> The standard is 30 pages. 21 are normative, including schema listings and
> a characterization of Schematron semantics in predicate logic. Appendixes
> show how to use other query language bindings (than XSLT1), how to use
> Schematron as a vocabulary, how to express multi-lingual dignostics, and a
> simple description of the design requirements for ISO Schematron.
Sober question, though: Does this mean that it's too late for discussion
of fixes and refinements? IIRC not all the issues I and others had
raised on the schematron mailing list were addressed in the ISO draft.
I guess I ask about its being too late because I'm not sure all
outstanding issues can be addressed in such a short time-frame, so I
don't know whether it's a sorts of ceremonial period before coronation.
And speaking of mailing lists, any chance of reviving the Schematron
mailing list? I'm happy to host it for you, if that helps (same way we
host the EXSLT mailing list).
Uche Ogbuji Fourthought, Inc.