XSchema Spec, Section 1.0 (Draft 2)

Simon St.Laurent SimonStL at classic.msn.com
Wed Jun 10 15:56:39 BST 1998

Rick Jelliffe wrote:
>That sentence is polemical and wrong. Why not say
> DTDs have a limited expressiveness and it is necessary to
> experiment with
> new ideas in schema design.
>since that can be agreed on by everyone. The danger is that the mythologies
>arise fast, especially in difficult areas like text, which people expect to
>be easy but is not.

You're right.  I'll make the changes.

The AOL site I've been using is mysteriously refusing to accept uploads, so it 
may be behind for a little while, though hopefully not for very long.

Simon St.Laurent
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