XML Europe 2002
XML Europe is over and it has been one of the
best conferences I have ever seen, with lot of food for
thoughts and subject of stories for xmlhack and XMLfr...
The ISO DSDL group seems to
be really on its track by now and I have been lucky enough
to be in the wagon and have the opportunity (and honnor) to
work with people such as James Clark, Murata Makoto, Rick
Jelliffe or Ken Holman in a working group chaired by Charles
XML Europe has been tremendously active for me with the ISO
meetings, a tutorial and a presentation about XML schema
languages, an expert panel and an afternoon being track
chair but my presentation which I consider as the most
promissing is my project of Namespaces warehouse. To make it short, it's a proposal
to create a search engine to find all you need to know about
how XML namespaces are being used on the web.
This is a high potential project for which I am looking
for sponsors and partners.