XML Information Set Requirements, W3C Note 18-February-1999
paul at prescod.net
Fri Feb 19 22:40:55 GMT 1999
"Jeffrey E. Sussna" wrote:
> I think this issue needs to be addressed. It may be the case that
> the stream contains, not one, but many documents, where each
> information "packet" is a document. Or perhaps the afore-mentioned
> notion of "document fragment" is introduced, and each packet is a
> fragment. But it will definitely be necessary to support this kind of
> processing in some manner.
The role of the information set requirements committee is to make explicit
the implicit data model described in vague terms in the XML specification.
Their responsibility is not to point XML in a bold new direction.
Paul Prescod - ISOGEN Consulting Engineer speaking for only himself
"Intel has a big bull's-eye on its forehead because everyone is gunning
for it. But they have to be as nimble and aggressive as they were when
they were a small company," Mr. Howe said. "It's easy to be nimble when
you're a $5-billion company, it's a whole other thing when you're a
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