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Re: [xml-dev] what's missing in XML? What's coming?

> It may be inevitable that XML becomes not just markup on the web, but only
> markup on the web, meaning it may be time for military technical publishing
> to reconsider it's early adopter commitments to markup.  It takes years to
> create and publish the guidance documents, the XSD is barely documented
> despite being hundreds of pages long, making substantial post-validation
> contributions and creating layouts, resolving references, etc. vital to
> follow-on products (say, Class III and IV IETMs).

What about s1000d?  That's been around for years... I worked on the
IETM for Eurofighter as my first job after uni :)  After that it's
been pretty much the same task just in different industries - medical,
finance, publishing, government... it's all pretty much the same, just
with different text nodes.

Andrew Welch

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