XSchema: Meta (Web site)

Simon St.Laurent SimonStL at classic.msn.com
Fri May 29 20:30:53 BST 1998

I'm setting up a web home for XSchema documents as they are completed, plus 
some supporting information.  At present, I'm hosting them at


A description of the project and the goals should be going up later this 
afternoon. This is handy for me (despite AOL's horrible FTP tools) because 
it's effectively free.  I already host a number of microsites on that account, 
so adding another directory is no problem.  

Note: This is a separate directory from my XML essays section - I DON'T want 
to conflate this project with my other work, not all of which is agreeable to 
many people helping with this project.

In a month or so I'll be setting up another site (simonstl.com) on a 
co-located server running the Java Web Server.  I have to move 600 miles 
first, and buy the server, but that's coming.  When that happens, I might be 
able to provide a more exciting XSchema site, if this project survives as an 
entity.  (xschema.org is available.  Take xschema.com if you want to build a 
company on this, and leave xschema.org for us crazy spec builders.)

This _is_ a borderlands project, so I'm not rushing out to buy more space and 
a domain name.  All suggestions are welcome.  That goes for the content on the 
site as well.  I'm trying to provide a brief explanation - tell me if I step 
on any toes or forget something critical.

Simon St.Laurent
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