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Subject: Re: [ubl-ndrsc] Rule: 2 W3C Suite

** Reply to message from "Burcham, Bill" <Bill_Burcham@stercomm.com> on Thu, 10
Jul 2003 12:01:31 -0500

> I think the wording should be "XML schemas".  I just did a Google! Search
> for "XML schemata" and Google! Said: "do you mean XML schema?".  The
> possibly more linguistically correct "schemata" is not used in the XML
> community.  For instance "XML Schema Part 1: Structures"
> http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-1/ refers to "XML schemas".

The W3C XML Schema group have always insisted that "Schemas" is the correct
plural for W3C XML Schemas, not withstanding that "schemata" is appropriate for
some other kinds of schema things in the universe.

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