How about over 1,000,000 XHTML Namespace URIs?
ann at webgeek.com
Fri Sep 3 15:30:22 BST 1999
At 12:22 PM 9/3/99 +0100, Mark Birbeck wrote:
>Ann Navarro wrote:
>> However, moving forward from HTML 4.0, which is what the
>> future work in XHTML does, isn't necessarily bound.
>I know, but I'm being more specific; won't you have to leave the legacy
>namespaces untouched when you move forward?
Pardon the Friday morning confusion, but ....so?
Have 3 now -- have 1 for modularization (or whatever the result is) --
everyone deals with it.
Just as you'll deal with the namespaces from any other mix-and-match
portion that people will be coming up with.
This really is a non-problem for me. (and yes, I know that is one side of a
very wide gulf)
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