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Relevant to discussions earlier this month... Is the tide turning?
For background, IETF's XCON effort is for controlling operations within a
videoconference, for example participants' audio gains, side bar
I think the proposal follows a similar move in the ECRIT group (which I'm
not familiar with).
XCON seems very data oriented, but I've heard that Relax NG is not suited to
for XML to C++ data binding visit
----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Roach" <...>
To: "XCON-IETF" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2006 10:18 PM
Subject: [XCON] Consensus 66-03: Schema vs RelaxNG
> Spurred by the output from the data model editing session, the working
> group members present at the IETF 66 meeting of XCON discussed the
> potential use of Relax NG instead of Schema for defining the XCON data
> Among participants in the discussion, there was strong agreement to use
> Relax NG for the XCON data model.
> This message is to confirm that this direction has the consensus of the
> mailing list. Any objections to the decision should be raised promptly on
> the XCON mailing list.
> XCON mailing list