XSchema: multiple proposals

Simon St.Laurent SimonStL at classic.msn.com
Tue Jun 2 20:31:59 BST 1998

While we've been pondering some basic questions, several folks out there have 
already built some sample XSchema structures that are worth taking a look at.  
So far I've seen two and heard of two more.  One of them, from John Cowan, has 
already been announced to the list, and is available at 
http://www.ccil.org/~cowan/XSchema-draft-19980601.txt . The author of the 
other one I've seen is in the process of posting it.

I'd like this process to continue as a set of questions, followed by a 
proposal incorporating the results of the questions.  At the same time, I 
think that drafts created by individuals can give us some valuable grounding 
for those discussions, especially when we can compare and contrast them.

If anyone else out there has created a DTD or even a part of a proposal, I'd 
like to know.  I'll use the XSchema page (http://purl.oclc.org/NET/xschema) to 
link to such proposals.  

The XSchema page will also be the home of the specification as it develops.  I 
hope to have a first portion, based on the discussions so far, up by the end 
of this week, though it may move into the weekend.

Simon St.Laurent
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