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From: Taehoon Kee - DIB CTO <TKee@DIB.NET>
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2001 09:11:14 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <011401c1111d$4b09ecf0$a4d0ced2@dib.net>
To: <xmlschema-dev@w3.org>
Cc: "Henry S. Thompson" <ht@cogsci.ed.ac.uk>, "Dan Connolly" <connolly@w3.org>
Dear all,

This is my self-forwarding message due to no-reply.

Please, guide me through the appropriate steps to contribute to the Schema
community.

Best Regards,
Taehoon
~
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 Hard is not enough,  I'm trying to do it smart !
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  Taehoon Kee               Director/CTO, D.I.B
  Tel:+82-2-2056-7670      Fax:+82-2-546-1939
  e-mail:tkee@dib.net       http://www.dib.net/
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Taehoon Kee - DIB CTO" <TKee@DIB.NET>
To: <web-human@w3.org>
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 11:36 AM
Subject: Please, read carefully and give us a opportunity to contribute to
W3C...


> Dear W3C webmaster,
>
> Please forward this message to the appropriate persons.
>
> ----------------------------------------------------
> Dear W3C staff,
>
> I am Taehoon Kee, CTO of D.I.B, Inc. (http://www.dib.net/, D-U-N-S Number
> 68-803-8988).
>
> D.I.B is a software venture that is eagerly delivering XML-based B2B
> solutions to the market.
> Since 1998, D.I.B has been delivering XML/EDI solutions to the biggest
> companies in Korea, including Samsung, Posco, and others.
>
> In the process of developing compliance with the new W3C XML Schema
> specification, we developed a Schema parser of our own, which is strictly
> compliant to the W3C XML Schema recommendation and uses an XML parser
> internally. Also, we developed what we call "Schema Trainer" and realized
> that this tool would be very useful for those who are studying XML Schema.
>
> After some discussions within the company, we decided to contribute this
> "Schema Trainer" to the W3C Schema project, if possible.
>
> As I couldn't find any open processes to contribute such material to the
> W3C, I am writing this message to web-human.
>
> I hope this tool would help many Schema followers and increase the
adoption
> of Schema.
>
> Please guide me through the processes to submit this kind of material to
> W3C.
>  (1. D.I.B is not a member company of W3C.)
>  (2. IMHO, the appropriate place to link to this is the "Presentations,
> guides, and tutorial materials" section on http://www.w3.org/XML/Schema).
>
> The "Schema Trainer" is based on the XML Schema Recommendation approved
> recently (2001-05-02).
>
> The following is a brief summary of features:
>
> 1. Shows a Schema as a tree view which is easily understandable, and users
> can traverse through the source text with the tree view.
> 2. Supports Full Inclusion mechanisms. (import, include, redefine)
> 3. Displays the information about each component of a Schema.
> 4. Checks the quality of a given Schema by checking representation
> constraints and Schema component constraints.
> 5. Checks the validity of an instance document based on the corresponding
> Schema and the validation rules.
> 6. Tests instantly changes made to the text through manual editing.
> 7. Loads Schemas not only from local files, but also from any URLs used by
> "import elements."
>
> The requirements for the Schema Trainer are:
> OS: MS Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000
>  (1) For 95 and NT, Internet Explorer 5.0 or MSXML 2.0 is needed.
>  (2) Parser: minimal requirement is MSXML 2.0 and proposed requirement is
> MSXML 4.0.
>
> Finally, I attached a screenshot of this tool. The binary executable can
be
> submitted upon request.
>
> I really appreciate your reviewing this message and hope to go through
> further processes together.
>
> Best Regards,
> Taehoon
> ~
> ==================================================
>  Hard is not enough,  I'm trying to do it smart !
> --------------------------------------------------
>   Taehoon Kee               Director/CTO, D.I.B
>   Tel:+82-2-2056-7670      Fax:+82-2-546-1939
>   e-mail:tkee@dib.net       http://www.dib.net/
> ==================================================
> ~
>



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