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Re: After XQuery, are we done?

Re:  After XQuery
Jonathan Robie wrote:
> In http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2004/10/20/deviant.html, Edd Dumbill wrote:
>> A reasonable question to ask, I think, even if the answer isn't quite
>> as vital as it might once have been. XQuery is generally held to be
>> the last great project of XML standardization, and any lessons to be
>> drawn probably won't be applied in the field of XML itself.
> Is XQuery the 'last great project of XML standardization'? Is there 
> anything big on the horizon that still needs to be done?

I would write down binary XML as a possible contender.

Robin Berjon


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