Announcing Planet XMLhack
[14:23, 30 Sep 2004 UTC | Edd Dumbill]
Although we don't have time to write XMLhack stories at the moment, we're pleased to announce the launch of a new service, Planet XMLhack, aggregating weblogs of the XML developer community.
That's all for now
[08:54, 17 May 2004 UTC | Edd Dumbill]
It's been a lot of fun writing XMLhack since 1999, but it's time for us to take a rest.
Editors' Newswire for 6 May, 2004
[23:59, 6 May 2004 UTC | XMLhack Editors]
Newswire stories, including: First International Workshop on High Performance XML Processing.
Editors' Newswire for 5 May, 2004
[23:59, 5 May 2004 UTC | XMLhack Editors]
Newswire stories, including: Just a few days left to submit proposals for XML 2004.
Editors' Newswire for 21 April, 2004
[23:59, 21 Apr 2004 UTC | XMLhack Editors]
Newswire stories, including: PadML -- Photo Album Description Markup Language.
Editors' Newswire for 16 April, 2004
[23:59, 16 Apr 2004 UTC | XMLhack Editors]
Newswire stories, including: XML Processing Model Requirements Note from XML Core Working Group; xml:id Working Draft Published; XInclude goes to Candidate Recommendation.
TeXML: an XML vocabulary for TeX
[11:10, 13 Apr 2004 UTC | Oleg Paraschenko]
TeXML is an XML vocabulary for TeX. The processor transforms TeXML markup into the TeX markup, escaping special and out-of-encoding characters. Intended audience is developers who convert documents from XML to TeX.
Panel discusses SQL, XML, Web Services, and Grid Computing
[08:28, 10 Apr 2004 UTC | Ron Bourret]
In a panel discussion at Software Development 2004 entitled "Marrying SQL, XML, Web Services and Grid Computing", Peter Coffee of eWEEK magazine best summarized the state of these four technologies when he said that customers would not abandon SQL, wanted to use XML to repurpose data, and considered Web Services the default implementation strategy for many projects. On the other hand, they felt grid computing was still three to five years away.
Editors' Newswire for 1 April, 2004
[23:59, 1 Apr 2004 UTC | XMLhack Editors]
Newswire stories, including: XML Control Protocol 1.0.
Registration deadline near for XML Europe 2004
[20:18, 31 Mar 2004 UTC | Edd Dumbill]
There's only a few days left to sign up for the tutorials and presentations at XML Europe 2004, the major European gathering of the XML world. The conference will be held from 18-21 April in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
XML Europe 2004 late-breaking talks finalized
[20:11, 29 Mar 2004 UTC | Edd Dumbill]
The schedule for XML Europe 2004 (April 19-21, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) has been finalized. In addition to keynotes from Amazon's Jeff Barr and the W3C's Steven Pemberton, the late-breaking talks add news from the most recent work in the XML world.
A RDDL repository of core datatypes
[16:08, 26 Mar 2004 UTC | Eric van der Vlist]
The French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE) has published a first release (in French) of their identification and classification XML datatypes as a RDDL repository.
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