RE: Significant W3C Confusion over Namespace Meaning and Policy

FWIW, RDDL v1 ( was explicitly designed to handle this

You can use the construct:

<div id="v4">
	<rddl:resource ... />
	<rddl:resource ... />
<div id="v5">
	<rddl:resource ... />
	<rddl:resource ... />

To create labelled "containers" of resources.

For example look at <div id="RELAXNG"> ... </div> which "contains" all of
the RELAXNG modules. Similarly a <div> could "contain" all of a version
specific list of resources.


David Orchard wrote:

I've been thinking about the relationship of namespaces to version
identifiers for a while.  Perhaps the version attribute could be relative
and then appended to the ns uri, ie ns#version=5 or
ns#version/5 or ns/version/5?


Received on Monday, 21 February 2005 15:01:37 UTC