Monday, October 23, 2006

Federal XML work group

XML Community of Practice

Since the xmlCoP's charter expired on September 30, no further meetings have been scheduled pending determination of whether new co-chairs can be identified. However, the XML Schema Interoperability Work Group (XSI WG) and the Strategy Markup Language Community of Practice (StratML CoP) are now meeting regularly.


This is very important work, for our government and our industry. I trust it can be continued.

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