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Editors' Newswire for 4 June, 2003
23:59, 4 Jun 2003 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 4 June, 2003.

XML sucks because it's being used wrongly.
from Simon St.Laurent at 19:28, 4 Jun
Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt explore XML, noting that "Now we've gotten to the point where XML has become so obscure and so complex to write, that it can no longer be written by people... It's not designed for human consumption."

RDDL resurfaces
from Simon St.Laurent at 18:49, 4 Jun
Tim Bray announces a new revision of Resource Directory Description Language], plus some tools for converting between RDDL and RDF.

XMLEditorKit from Threshold Computer Systems
from Simon St.Laurent at 18:12, 4 Jun
"The XMLEditorKit is a [commercial] 'Swing' XML Text component extension to the Sun Microsystems J2SE JFC/Swing 'javax.swing.text' package. It uses the Apache Xerces2 Java Parser 2.4.0, as its defaultXML Parsing and processing engine."

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