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Editors' Newswire for 1 April, 2002
23:59, 1 Apr 2002 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 1 April, 2002.

W3C's Technical Architecture Group swamped
from Edd Dumbill at 22:29, 1 Apr
Not by gnarly issues of web architecture, but by more practical considerations of dealing with the high volume of mail to the www-tag list. Tim Bray proposes some solutions.

What Does A Document Mean?
from Edd Dumbill at 14:39, 1 Apr
The W3C's TAG attempts to describe what a document on the web is, and how meaning might be attached to a document.

New Python XML parser: PyRXP
from Edd Dumbill at 13:08, 1 Apr
A wrapper around Richard Tobin's RXP parser, from ReportLab. Announcement claims fast performance.

Xerces-J receives award from JavaWorld
from Edd Dumbill at 12:07, 1 Apr
JavaWorld's 'top guns' gongs elects Apache XML Project's XML parser Xerces as "Best Java XML" tool.

First release of Perl-XML FAQ
from Edd Dumbill at 12:00, 1 Apr
Maintained by Grant McLean, author of the April 1-released XML::Simpler.

Last Call Working Draft of DOM Level 3 XPath
from Edd Dumbill at 11:52, 1 Apr
Review period ends May 1, 2002. Send comments to Comments will be archived.

Intuition Based Validation for XML documents
from Edd Dumbill at 11:49, 1 Apr
Courtesy of Sean McGrath.

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