Re: ASN.1 is an XML Schema Language (Fix those lists!) and Bin
mc@x... (Michael Champion) writes: >Is it just me, or does this seem to be in rather sharp contradiction to >the assertions about the primacy of syntax in Real World, scalable >systems that the TAG seems to want to make? No, I think it doesn't make much impact on that. The TAG is (at least in theory) responsible for the Web, where I think the assertions Tim's made have held up very well. Developers want direct access to information, low learning curves, and don't spend time developing specific protocols for their work. New formats over existing protocols is as far as I think you can go and still have much to do with the Web. I support ASN.1 for the cases where people are willing to go to a much greater level of effort. I don't generally find ASN.1 appropriate for the Web ecology in particular, though maybe it can play a role.
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