Re: MicroXPath proposal
On 01/13/2011 11:10 AM, Simon St.Laurent wrote: > It's all a pretty normal cycle. I spent a few years giving talks that > were largely modified reinventions of past SGML practice, pointing out > that there were gaps in some of the pruning choices made. In fact, it occurs to me that a lot of the Micro* proposals are really application profiles, very similar to the purpose for which the SGML Declaration was intended. If we can enumerate a set of features and come up with a standard syntax for expressing those features, then there could be a means of negotiation in which one application says, âIf you support these features, you can handle my content,â and another application can make a determination of whether it is adequate. ~Chris  Not to be confused with Microstar. -- Chris Maden, text nerd <URL: http://crism.maden.org/ > Axial tilt: the reason for the season. GnuPG Fingerprint: C6E4 E2A9 C9F8 71AC 9724 CAA3 19F8 6677 0077 C319
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