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Re: Document oriented experience reports anyone?

Re:  Document oriented experience reports anyone?
Bob Foster wrote:
> Just for a small example, how about a subset in which 
> elementFormDefault="qualified" and attributeFormDefault="unqualified" 
> are the default and only options, as the XML Namespaces spec envisioned?

I've been thinking about this for a while, trying to come up with a WXS 
Document Validation Profile. The problem is that, ideally, a schema 
that's valid for WXS DVP would still be valid and behave the same in WXS 
Leviathan. And while elementFormDefault is quite obviously the worst 
design decision ever made in a W3C specification, I don't think that 
adding a profiled subset that isn't interoperable with the complete 
beast is going to help us survive WXS more easily :)

Oh for the chance to start it all over again...

Robin Berjon
   Senior Research Scientist
   Expway, http://expway.com/


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