Re: more QName madness
John Cowan wrote: > What is a universal addressing scheme, if not an a priori agreement embracing > all likely counterparties and resulting in names that are globally unique? This is *precisely* my point as to why QNames (i.e. in document content) are otiose. A processing node can be expected to determine the provenance within the internetwork addressing scheme of the documents is uses as source data, and from that provenance to draw its own local inference of their relationship within its locally-understood taxonomy. Respectfully, Walter Perry
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