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Re: [xml-dev] Victory has been declared in the schema wars ...

Henri Sivonen wrote:

> I think not having a normative schema for HTML5 is a very good idea. 
> None of the current schema languages (not even Schematron) are adequate 
> for expressing all the conformance requirements of HTML5. 

More to the point, HTML5 is not XML. It is not well-formed, and in 
general an HTML5 document cannot be made well-formed without crippling 
it by removing quite a few elements. Therefore XML schema languages 
really don't fit it at all.

Frankly I think this is insane, but it's what the HTML5 folks have told 
me quite clearly.

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