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Re: Number of active public XML schemas

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  • Subject: Re: Number of active public XML schemas
  • From: Ronald Bourret <rpbourret@r...>
  • Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2004 11:36:51 -0800
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public schemas
Henry S. Thompson wrote:

> One interesting mearure will be the percentage of _your_ schemas that
> I also found -- I'll check that some time this week and let you know.

That will be interesting. I should also point out that a significant 
number of the schemas I found are DTDs, so it would also be interesting 
to see how many DTDs you can find through Google. (If I recall 
correctly, I also found a couple of Relax NG schemas.)

Not sure why people chose DTDs instead of XML Schemas, but I suspect 
it's either because they were coming from the SGML world or because they 
started work before XML Schemas were a recommendation.

-- Ron


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