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Re: XHTML Schemas

Al Gilman

Thanks, Mark for bringing this to my attention.
Thanks, Christoph for what you are doing.

I reckon that the public-schemata-users subscribers will also be glad
to know of this.

Al

At 2:04 PM +0100 10/2/06, Mark Birbeck wrote:

>Hi Christoph,
>
>We've been very excited to see the work you are doing with XHTML
>schemas, and in particular the provision of an online validation
>service.
>
>You may not be aware, but a number of the newer features in XHTML
>2--such as RDFa and XForms--will be made available as XHTML
>Modularisation conformant schema modules, usable with XHTML 1.x
>languages. This work is still in progress, but we thought it worth
>establishing contact with you, since it seemed a good idea to remain
>in sync with your efforts.
>
>Although I'm writing this on behalf of the RDFa group--if you are not
>already aware of RDFa, then more info can be found at
>http://rdfa.info--I've also CCd other W3C activity lists that I think
>would be relevant, and I'm sure they would all welcome your input as
>their various schema-related projects move forward.
>
>Keep up the excellent work!
>
>Regards,
>
>Mark
>
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