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[Bug 14394] I request a means to use XML elements that are based on data-types that, at least, have been validated by XSD or preferably XSD1.1. This would permit the use of html5 or xhtml5 with the software that is based on the next generation of medical informatics

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Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2011 05:10:31 +0000
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Ian 'Hixie' Hickson <ian@hixie.ch> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
                 CC|                            |ian@hixie.ch
         AssignedTo|ian@hixie.ch                |contributor@whatwg.org
            Summary|I request a means to use    |I request a means to use
                   |XML elements that are based |XML elements that are based
                   |on data-types that, at      |on data-types that, at
                   |least                       |least, have been validated
                   |                            |by XSD or preferably
                   |                            |XSD1.1. This would permit
                   |                            |the use of html5 or xhtml5
                   |                            |with the software that is
                   |                            |based on the next
                   |                            |generation of medical
                   |                            |informatics
            Summary|have been validated by XSD  |
                   |or preferably XSD1.1. This  |
                   |would permit the use of     |
                   |html5 or xhtml5 with the    |
                   |software that is based on   |
                   |the next generation of      |
                   |medical informatics         |

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