Re: XML Conference archives
Len Bullard scripsit: > The notion of "self authentication" is ??? Also from WP: A self-authenticating document, under the law of evidence in the United States, is any document that can be admitted into evidence at a trial without proof being submitted to support the claim that the document is what it appears to be. Several categories of documents are deemed to be self-authenticating: 1. Certified copy of public or business records; 2. Official publications of government agencies; 3. Newspaper articles; 4. Trade inscriptions, such as labels on products; 5. Acknowledged documents (wherein the signer also gets a paper notarized); and 6. Commercial paper under the Uniform Commercial Code. -- John Cowan <email@example.com> http://www.ccil.org/~cowan "Make a case, man; you're full of naked assertions, just like Nietzsche." "Oh, i suffer from that, too. But you know, naked assertions or GTFO." --heard on #scheme, sorta
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