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Editors' Newswire for 25 November, 2003
23:59, 25 Nov 2003 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 25 November, 2003.

Open Publish 2004 Call for Papers
from Edd Dumbill at 16:56, 25 Nov
Conference to be held Sydney, Australia, 28-30 July.

"Are there any 'gold standard' schema parsers?"
from Edd Dumbill at 14:28, 25 Nov
As asked by Betty Harvey to Henry Thompson on XML-DEV. "... You could trust James Clark's NSGMLS ... I haven't found a schema parser yet that provides me the confidence that a schema has been developed correctly. I am finding that portability in schema is an oxymoron!"

TechBookReport review of Elliotte Rusty Harold's "Effective XML"
from Edd Dumbill at 11:41, 25 Nov
Another positive verdict for Harold's book.

Microsoft's "Sparkle" is an SVG-killer
from Edd Dumbill at 08:56, 25 Nov
Slashdot readers speculate that Sparkle, aka WVG, will render SVG irrelevant once deployed in Windows Longhorn.

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