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Editors' Newswire for 17 January, 2003
23:59, 17 Jan 2003 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 17 January, 2003.

Intellectual Property, Web Services, and the W3C
from Simon St.Laurent at 22:57, 17 Jan
Patent issues continue to be a problem as the W3C attempts to move from vendor specifications like BPEL4WS to its own Choreography work.

Water, a programming language using XML syntax
from Uche Ogbuji at 16:07, 17 Jan
Water is specialized for Web, Web services and XML development. "Water uses an XML-based syntax called ConciseXML." In Water "everything is a Web service and has an XML representation." ConciseXML claims to be compatible with XML 1.0, but is not.

XML Schema: Component Designators
from Eric van der Vlist at 08:52, 17 Jan
The W3C has published a first working draft of "XML Schema: Component Designators", a proposal for a XPointer scheme to identify components in a schema.

Comparison between libxslt and Xalan C
from Eric van der Vlist at 08:36, 17 Jan
Results of a performance test comparing libxslt and Xalan C have been posted on the libxml mailing list.

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