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RE: XQuery and DTD/Schema?


dtd linux
If you are really interested in the orthogonality {is this a word?] of the cathedral and bazaar style software development styles to open source versus proprietary licensing terms try this paper by Nikolai Bezroukov
 
http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue4_12/bezroukov/
 
in particular the section that asks "Does Linux belongs to the Cathedral model or to the Bazaar model?"

	-----Original Message----- 
	From: Michael Kay [mailto:michael.h.kay@n...] 
	Sent: Mon 7/8/2002 3:13 AM 
	To: 'John Cowan'; 'Uche Ogbuji' 
	Cc: 'Thomas B. Passin'; xml-dev@l... 
	Subject: RE:  XQuery and DTD/Schema?
	
	

	> Just a bit of meme-hunting: the term "Cathedral" originally
	> referred to a different kind of open-source development, as
	> formerly used by gcc, and currently by the GNU Hurd and the
	> BSD teams: development by a small, fairly closed team, with
	> open-source releases but relatively little public input to the code.
	
	Thanks, I didn't know that. It well describes the way Saxon is
	developed, which works extremely well on a project of that sort of size.
	
	Michael Kay
	Software AG
	home: Michael.H.Kay@n...
	work: Michael.Kay@s...
	
	
	
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