XSchema Spec Section 2.3, Draft 1

Simon St.Laurent SimonStL at classic.msn.com
Sat Jun 13 16:07:16 BST 1998

>Simon, Do you mount the sectional proposals on your site?

Yep. All the proposal information, including drafts and status reports, is 
available at http://purl.oclc.org/NET/xschema.  I've had a few difficulties 
with AOL's upload facilities, but generally the site is up-to-date with what's 
been posted on the list.  A search for XSchema on AltaVista will now bring up 
the site; so far, Yahoo hasn't accepted my submission.  I'll be submitting it 
elsewhere as I find time.

>One thing I really value about the current project is that it includes
>contributions from both the SGML community and those who have come to XML
>without previous experience (I assume). This means we get a
>cross-fertilization of ideas. Everyone is working hard to avoid
>re-inventing things that are 'well known' in SGML but also looking at other
>ways of expressing them. As always, simplicity will be key.

I've been incredibly impressed by the level of discussion, and hope it keeps 

Coming up later today: attributes and a slightly revised content model spec.

Simon St.Laurent
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