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Editors' Newswire for 21 October, 2002
23:59, 21 Oct 2002 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 21 October, 2002.

Should OpenOffice be more open?
from Eric van der Vlist at 10:12, 21 Oct
Claus Sorensen has suggested to move the development of the OpenOffice XML file format as an open exchange format out of the umbrella to show that it is not controled by Sun.
This suggestion happens while the volume of posts on the mailing list is showing an increasing interest for this format.

Tutorial on Building XML-Based Web Services
from Eric van der Vlist at 09:19, 21 Oct
Roger Costello has published a tutorial which is a "step-by-step guide to building XML-based Web Services".

Lutece at Montreal
from Eric van der Vlist at 08:34, 21 Oct
The Mairie de Paris has presented its XML based open source web portal engine Lutece at the third Global Congress on Community Networking in the Digital Era in Montreal.

IPTC approves NewsML 1.1
from Eric van der Vlist at 07:59, 21 Oct
David Allen announced that the IPTC has approved version 1.1 of NewsML, including a DTD, a W3C XML Schema, the updated Functional Specification and News Agency User Guidelines.

Libxslt 1.0.22
from Eric van der Vlist at 07:50, 21 Oct
Daniel Veillard has announced libxslt 1.0.22 including the implementation of his security module, per transformation error handler and changes to the Windows makefile.

Libxml 2.4.26
from Eric van der Vlist at 07:43, 21 Oct
Daniel Veillard has released libxml-2.4.26 which is "mostly a bugfix release with Windows CE port changes". future unknown
from Eric van der Vlist at 07:26, 21 Oct
Andy Oliver has announced that Apache is discussing the future of the project and invites people who are concerned to subscribe to
"Some of the proposals on the ground would potentially disolve the XML PMC, move all subprojects (and sub sub projects) to the top level... "

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