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RE: [xml-dev] Will XML Schema 1.1 get traction?

Yes, when it shows up as a line item in a contract with
dollars/loonies/pounds/gold attached.  Remember, a specification or
standard with no gold is a self-lauding door stop, an iron bird.

If co-occurrence constraints are managed in code, then the programming
organization is responsible for that work.  Unless they are also
responsible for the Schema, the work will be duplicated and collide or
will create an interface among the organizations which must be managed
and cost constrained.  Are the items described encapsulated or part of a
broader class of items that also must be migrated and perhaps as free

Where there is a new project, it can be different but not if the current
organization manages it or like items to their habits and current

To determine if and when it will get traction, you have to find projects
where it has an advantage in efficiency or cost or competitive

Elegance is not a competitive advantage outside the programming bay and
outside the bay, no one cares.  Or should, really.


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