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Subject: RE: QNames

This was discussed momentarily. I think James didn't like it. As you say, we
deferred QNames overall until next time. -Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: David RR Webber [mailto:Gnosis_@compuserve.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2001 12:08 PM
To: Michael Fitzgerald
Subject: RE: QNames


Did this get decided today?  I like what you have here.

I recall we are on to discuss this next week....

Thanks, DW.

Message text written by Michael Fitzgerald
BTW: I am suggesting this follow on to Murata-san's original proxy scheme
ADDITION to QNames, not as a complete replacement. In that spirit, it give
people the option of avoiding using QNames if they want. I believe that
having that extra option will make some people VERY happy. -Mike

I think Makoto's proxy idea is very appealing. Rather than introducing a
concept, though, couldn't we just use the prefix as the proxy name and then
just overload the ns attribute? Consider:

<grammar xmlns:e="http://www.example.com/e" proxy="yes">
<element name="addressBook" ns="e">
    <element name="card" ns="e">
      <element name="name" ns="e">
      <element name="email" ns="e" >


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