david at megginson.com
Tue May 11 19:18:55 BST 1999
John Cowan writes:
> Simon, this isn't just meant for you, but for Paul and everybody.
> I hope you are protesting to www-xml-schema-comments at w3.org.
> I know that looks like a black hole, but it's the *only* chance
> of getting this bogosity stopped, due to a Procedural Blunder
> in the creation of the WD.
Panic might be premature. Schemas are the bound to be the most
controversial part of the new XML activity, and we should be grateful
that the WG had the courage to put out a public snapshot of their
current (and still incomplete) work rather than maintaining the W3C
shroud of secrecy that has drawn so much criticism.
My recommendation is to send brief, formal comments to
www-xml-schema-comments at w3.org and more general discussion to
XML-Dev. We can leave the horse heads out of the beds until we see
what happens in the next WD.
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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