XHTML & Schemas

James Tauber jtauber at jtauber.com
Thu Sep 2 15:06:40 BST 1999

> That's well and good, but we can't wait until the XSchema recommendation
> finalized. XHTML is due to be finalized much earlier, and as we've seen it
> depends on what the decision in XSchema will be. I don't know how the W3C
> process handles such a conflict. What will happen if XHTML makes a
> and the XSchema draft then changes so it no longer makes sense?

Which is one reason why I think XHTML should perhaps go with zero namespaces
for now and the W3C should address the broader issue ASAP. Although, it
could be said that the W3C *has* addressed the issue and he has already made
his mind up :-)


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