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Editors' Newswire for 18 January, 2003
23:59, 18 Jan 2003 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 18 January, 2003.

Thinking XML: The open office file format
from Uche Ogbuji at 18:07, 18 Jan
A brief look at the XML file formats for OpenOffice, which are now being generalized and standardized through OASIS for office software file formats.

GoXML Messaging 3.0 supports ebXML Messaging Specification 2.0
from Uche Ogbuji at 18:00, 18 Jan
XML Global's product also supports ebXML CPA 2.0 trading partner agreements, persistent message storage for reliability, and a Java API. Evaluation software is available.

The Open Security Organization (OpenSec) creates XML vocabularies for systems management
from Uche Ogbuji at 16:09, 18 Jan
OpenSec has released Advisory and Notification Markup Language (ANML), an XML-based language for security advisories and other such notifications. Other languages are planned, which will make up the core of the OpenSec Framework.

"Boxed XML", another argument against XML as raw object serialization
from Uche Ogbuji at 15:24, 18 Jan
Sean McGrath discusses his preference for keeping the core XML technologies and design considerations separate from any particular use of XML in object serialization.

SWI-Prolog RDF parser updated
from Uche Ogbuji at 04:57, 18 Jan
The RDF parser for SWI-Prolog has been updated to conform to the latest RDF specifications, and now pases all the W3C tests. The parser can be evaluated using an on-line demo.

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