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Editors' Newswire for 9 October, 2003
23:59, 9 Oct 2003 UTC | XMLhack Editors

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dbXML Group frees Xindice fork
from Micah Dubinko at 22:13, 9 Oct
Tom Bradford announces that dbxml, the formerly closed fork of Xindice, is being re-released as open source.

Inquiry from WXS working group - does any real software use fundamental facets?
"It has been suggested that we ignore the problem because no software in existence actually uses the fundamental facets as exposed in the PSVI for anything -- they serve (it is said) purely a documentary function, and solely with regard to the built-in types."

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