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AW: XQuery frameworks

Liam R E Quin liam at w3.org
Tue Feb 2 20:15:29 PST 2010

 AW:  XQuery frameworks
On Wed, 2010-02-03 at 00:00 +0000, Hans-Juergen Rennau wrote:

> xmlsh seems to me a fascinating approach, and I wonder if the W3C has
> considered developing a related standard: If it has decided against it
> I would like to know the reasons. 

I do not believe it has been considered -- generally, W3C Member
organizations come to us (W3C) and propose work items; often we
then arrange a public Workshop, and if that goes well, start a
Working Group. 

Years ago I worked on an SGML Shell (never released, it used
proprietary software) and tried to get some people interested.


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