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Editors' Newswire for 15 January, 2004
23:59, 15 Jan 2004 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 15 January, 2004.

Revised "QNames as Identifiers" Finding
from Simon St.Laurent at 19:11, 15 Jan
Examines the issues surrounding QNames in content, for consideration by the W3C Technical Architecture Group on 19 January.

Rick Jelliffe: Unicode has too many characters
from Micah Dubinko at 17:09, 15 Jan
Starting off a new weblog on O'Reilly Network, Rick Jelliffe presents some strategies for clearing up character encoding confusion in the future.

CC/PP 1.0 goes final
from Micah Dubinko at 17:04, 15 Jan
Composite Capability/Preference Profiles (CC/PP): Structure and Vocabularies 1.0 has become a W3C Recommendation

First International Workshop on High Performance XML Processing
This workshop will consider innovative approaches, concepts, methods, experiments, theories and technologies that allow high-performance processing of small, medium and huge XML documents, possibly over distributed environments.

XML Editor 3.0
from Edd Dumbill at 10:01, 15 Jan
New version of the commercial editor ($74) includes an outliner, bookmark support, XInclude support, Namespace Routing Language support, pretty printing of Relax NG schemas and more. Available for Windows, OS X, Linux and Solaris.

Entry-Level Unicode for XML
from Edd Dumbill at 10:00, 15 Jan
An essay by Jon Hanna giving "a just enough education to perform guide to Unicode and ISO 10646 for authors of XML parsers and other software that processes XML."

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