Re: Call for Participation: W3C Workshop on XML Schema1.0 User
On Wed, 2005-05-25 at 20:28 +0100, Paul Downey wrote: > > Looking at the registrations and reports we've received so far, we're > going to have many of the right people in the room. If you do have a > tale to tell part in then this is undoubtedly the forum to air it. I do hope its a + and - debate, rather than listening to the the ra-ra brigade. Recall the debate over the 'survey' recently on this list? > > I'm in the process of putting together a tail of woe using > implementations in particular those from Web services land. > > Like many, we've a significant investment in XML Schema, services, > processes and tools which depend upon it. Much of the value of XML > Schema is that so many people do depend upon it and are in the > same 'boat', so making it work is in the best interests of many. > > On the other hand, there is always a lot to learn examining the > alternatives, and I'm personally open to hearing people compare > and contrast experiences of using XML Schema with Relax, RDF, > Schematron, CAM, UBL, et al. I'm more curious about this. Would you go to your <name your opposition team/> home base, and sound off about how good your <name your home team/> is? Unless you like being stoned (some do), why bother? Michael, what expectations, if any, do you have in this area? regards DaveP
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