why distinctions within XHTML?

Hunter, David dhunter at Mobility.com
Thu Sep 2 23:54:18 BST 1999

> From: Paul Prescod [mailto:paul at prescod.net]
> Sent: Thursday, September 02, 1999 4:26 PM
> David Brownell wrote:
> > 
> > The current "10% solution" (three namespace URIs) is IMNSHO 
> the wrong
> > tack -- either don't address it at all, or hold out for a complete
> > solution, but don't put something in that's widely 
> perceived as broken
> > and is universally acknowledged as incomplete!
> I agree and I would feel the same about a single namespace. We don't
> need no steekin namespaces (yet!).

I agree as well.  While I feel that having a single universal XHTML
namespace is a really good thing, it isn't actually needed until XHTML can
be mixed with other XML vocabularies, so I'd be more than happy to leave it
out until such time as that's feasible.

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