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Subject: MIME taxonomy?
Is there a "well-known" tModelKey for a MIME taxonomy? That is, this taxonomy would be an unchecked taxonomy where the value of @keyValue would be a MIME type/subtype. For example <keyedReference tModelKey=??? keyValue="application/atomserv+xml" /> I don't recall any such tModelKey in the uddi:uddi.org:... key partition. Note that W3C has published tModelKey's for WS-PolicyAttacment . So W3C, knowingly or not, has gotten into the uddi key minting business. Assuming that no well-known tModelKey exists for a MIME taxonomy, then the questions are 1. What "well-known" key partition should be used to define such a tModelKey, and 2. What is the process for having such a key accepted universally Note that  talks about such a process, but it also depends on the now-defunct UBR.  also lists a bunch of tModels, but none for MIME. Looks like it may now be living on a wiki  and no longer mentions UBR.  http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-archive/2007Apr/0045.html  http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-archive/2007Apr/0046.html  http://uddi.org/tmodels.html  http://uddi.xml.org/tmodels Paul