Inappropriate citation: was Re: [sc34wg3] DM conformance
Lars Marius Garshol
23 Nov 2003 15:43:49 +0100
* Lars Marius Garshol
| Here's the Scope clause of the current ISO 13250-3 draft (not yet
| published; working on that):
| This part of ISO/IEC 13250 defines an XML-based interchange syntax
| for topic maps, which can be used to interchange instances of the
| data model defined in [ISO 13250-2]. It also defines a mapping from
| the interchange syntax to the data model. The syntax is defined with
| a RELAX-NG schema, and more precision is provided through the
| mapping to the data model, which effectively also defines the
| interpretation of the syntax.
| This answers the question, doesn't it?
* Patrick Durusau
| No, because like members of other NBs I cannot rely on documents
| that are not part of the ISO process.
So what? I gave you an example of how you could see "what foundation a
particular standard claims" by quoting how an upcoming draft would do
this, there being nothing else to quote.
To repeat what I said: would such a piece of text satisfy you as to
what foundation the standard in which it appeared claimed?
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