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Editors' Newswire for 10 October, 2002
23:59, 10 Oct 2002 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 10 October, 2002.

A more secure libxslt
from Eric van der Vlist at 19:32, 10 Oct
Daniel Veillard announced a "beginning for a security framework for libxslt" giving control over read and write access permissions to the file system during the execution of XSLT transformations.

Annotea goes Zope
from Eric van der Vlist at 17:15, 10 Oct
Brent Hendricks has announced ZAnnot, a Zope implementation of a W3C Annotea server.

Sodipodi 0.27 released
from Edd Dumbill at 16:31, 10 Oct
New release of GNOME-based SVG editor includes bug fixes and new features.

Patrick Durusau has posted a paper reporting a 30 times speed increase while parsing Jon Bosak's XML Romeo and Juliet samples.
from Eric van der Vlist at 13:51, 10 Oct

A RDF schema for Topic Maps
from Eric van der Vlist at 07:16, 10 Oct
Following a town meeting organized at KT 2002, Lars Marius Garshol publishes a RDF schema for Topic Maps which should contribute to reconciliate the two communities of the Semantic Web.

Keep XML Naked
Is XML just a handy serialization syntax for distributed objects that should stay out of sight?
Or is XML a way of marking up documents and business messages to make them program-friendly?
Kurt Cagle discusses the comeback of document-centric XML and the virtues of keeping it naked rather than letting vendors dress it up in their proprietary clothes.

Playing Checkers with a Chess Set
from Micah Dubinko at 02:36, 10 Oct
Mark Baker's extended analogy on the right and wrong way for Web Services to fit with Web Architecture.

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