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Subject: Re: [humanmarkup] PBS-Voting Version

I Vote to approve.

Rex Brooks wrote:

> Hi Everyone,
> Oops, forgot to attach documents.
> 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:
> http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/humanmarkup/huml-primary-base-1.0/huml-primary-base-1.0.html 
> 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.
> Ciao,
> Rex

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