Re: [Json] Schema Requirements (Was: Re: Nudging the English-language vs. formalisms discussion forward)

"Pete Cordell" <petejson@codalogic.com> Fri, 21 February 2014 12:06 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Json] Schema Requirements (Was: Re: Nudging the English-language vs. formalisms discussion forward)
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----- Original Message From: "Nico Williams"
> Anyways, I'm convincing myself that this (extensibility,
> explicit or implicit) is a minor detail.

If you've had to live with XML Schema for any length of time, you'll know 
extensibility is only a minor detail if you actually have it.

I hope for this group it is a minor detail because it is a given.

Pete Cordell
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