XHTML Makes Progress

Not really kept an eye on XHTML, having been an early convert to XML with standard reference libraries of Schema and Schema fragments, as the basis of sharing semantics – on the web or however. This update on XHTML2 is interesting … in the words of a comment on XML.org “[of XHTML] Simple functionality and common sense appear – at least temporarily – to have triumphed over byzantine theological imperatives.” Hmm, yes, data modelling committees, I remember those.

Interesting too, for reasons not immediately apparent, that it includes a couple of snippets from Joyce’s Ulysses, but that might explain why Jorn picked up on it.

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