Re: RE: James Clark: XML versus the Web
Greetings. On 2010 Dec 3, at 04:53, James Clark wrote: > I agree it was done rather hastily, but at the time (as far as I remember) > there weren't many objections. It was not obvious how much pain they would > cause. > > I think the problem was that we started off with some major assumptions, > which we never really questioned: I'd always had the impression (or guessed) that namespaces were partly there in order to bring into XML some of the power and obvious utility of architectural forms. As a matter of history, was that part of that particular zeitgeist? [that's "power and obvious utility" in the sense of "this is so awesome that it's just _got_ to be majorly useful for situations like, ..., umm...; yes...") Norman -- Norman Gray : http://nxg.me.uk
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