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Subject: [humanmarkup] PBS-Voting Version

Title: PBS-Voting Version
Hi Everyone,

We decided to vote on the first draft of the Primary Base Schema by Oct. 31, 2002, so here is the final first draft after proofreading corrections and after an examination of some considerations Sylvia asked privately, a few minimal  changes. Since you have not had a chance to look at the changes, I will list them.  There are only two and they are very minor

I have attached a Word version and the ,xsd file and I have uploaded an html version to our TC website that you can access at this url:


I will address Sylvia's concerns in a separate post. Please note that there is a very important consideration at the end of that post. It is very important that our invited experts and those who have been given that status recently read that section. We will have some very important decisions to make in regard to that.

I will address more wide-ranging concerns in a third post.

1. HumlNameElement changed to HumanNameElement. This was my own suggestion to relieve any possibility of conflict with our namespace prefix and the Camel Case Guidelines we are now following. Sylvia also had a note about this, requesting the same change for a slightly different reason, but her reason was equally valid. We mean a Human's Name. However, you should read my answer to her specific question in the separate post.

2. Personality has had Enneagram and Meyers-Briggs removed as sequenced elements. This was due to a suggestion from Sylvia requesting other candidates as accepted personality-typing systems, but rather than go down the path of adding more, I deferred that work to the Secondary Base Schema.

*Note: Many of the more developed complexTypes similarly show examples, and in the foregoing item it was an addition I made, so it was a subtraction I felt confident in making. A similar case for such has been in the strawman all along so I did not feel I should remove it.

Please vote by replying to this email by Oct. 31, 2002. I vote to approve.


Rex Brooks
Starbourne Communications Design
1361-A Addison, Berkeley, CA 94702 *510-849-2309
http://www.starbourne.com * rexb@starbourne.com

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