W3C XML activities

Tim Bray tbray at textuality.com
Sun May 24 13:31:03 BST 1998

At 12:45 AM 5/22/98 UT, Simon St.Laurent wrote:
>Would it be possible for someone involved to give a brief rundown on XML 
>projects the W3C is actually working on?
>From what I can gather, XML, XLink, XPointer, and XML Namespaces are all 
>projects of the XML Working Group under the XML Activity.  XSL appears to have 
>its own Working Group under the Style activity. RDF appears to have its own 
>Working Group under the Metadata activity.  XML-Data, WIDL, and a number of 
>other proposals are just that - proposals.

I believe this to be an accurate picture.  There is some activity under way
which would result in splitting XLink/XPointer out into its own WG.  But
as it stands today, you're right. -Tim

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