Re: Pragmatic namespaces
Pete Cordell schrieb: > Original Message From: "Tim Bray" >> the elements would have names like <org.tbray.donkeys.father> and >> <org.tbray.donkeys.birth-date> and so on. And if this were being >> used by IETF when we did atom, the tags would be like >> <org.ietf.atom.feed> and <org.ietf.atom.entry>. > > Non-reversed still works better for me, i.e.: > > <father.donkeys.tbray.org> > <birth-date.donkeys.tbray.org> > <feed.atom.ietf.org> > <entry.atom.ietf.org> At least this way, for LTR readers, which I believe largely majoritarian, the local part, which is likely to be less redundant than the namespace part, stands out. However, I find that, reversed or not, the repetition of the redundant namespace part constitutes a major tedium and does not positively contribute to readability. -- Michael Ludwig
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