James Clark: TEDI

, Apr 6, 2007

James Clark has a blog! His first post introduces TEDI, a new kind of schema language.

I’m going to use subsequent posts to try to develop the design of TEDI to the point where it could be implemented; at the moment it’s not developed enough to know whether it really holds water. If you find the idea interesting, please help with the design process by using comments to give feedback. I promise to try to keep future posts shorter, but I wanted my first real post to have a bit of meat to it.

James Clark, in case you don’t know, was the Technical Lead for the XML working group, a contributor/editor/author of/to DSSSL, XSL, RELAX NG, and a developer of many open source tools and libraries in the XML world. I’m so subscribed …