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RE: [xml-dev] Should one adopt the tag naming convention of an existing XML vocabulary or create one's own tag naming convention?

Yes.  For example:  people who must create multiple products from the product I deliver and so must I.


Each bifurcation disrupts all of the systems in the next transforms and thus, requires that many more XSL variations.  Doable, yes, but why? 


The programmer convenience argument is trumped by the cost of system development and maintenance given the combinations possible and required.  From the gray floor:  the number of specializations grows in the labor force and the tools.   Numbers go up.  Knowledge becomes insularity.


So again, the answer is yes.  One should even if you make it up.  Then it’s a sales job. J




-----Original Message-----
From: Greg Hunt [mailto:greg@firmansyah.com]

a better chance of understanding and easily using what we have done.


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