Clearer W3C Specs (was Re: XML Information Set is seeding impenetrable language; reconsider?)
Thomas B. Passin
tpassin at idsonline.com
Mon Jan 24 13:27:34 GMT 2000
Thanks, Henry and Tim, for responding to my post. I'm very happy to hear
about this advance.
Henry S. Thompson wrote:
> "Thomas B. Passin" <tpassin at idsonline.com> writes:
> > <snip/>
> > The IETF won't bless an RFC until there are two independent
> > I think this is the right kind of approach. Surely, Tim B's Lark
> > implementation must have been a great help to the XML committee (I'm
> > guessing, I don't really know anything about its role). There's nothing
> > like trying to build to a spec to uncover its lack of clarity.
> The W3C has recently introduced a status of Candidate Recommendation
> which we expect most RECs to pass through, which is specifically
> designed for implementation feedback. XML Schema is certainly
> intending to take advantage of this.
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