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|Markup Languages: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)|
The XML FAQ v4.1. Edited by Peter Flynn. Cork, May 2005
The XML FAQ. Frequently Asked Questions about the Extensible Markup Language. Edited by Peter Flynn (firstname.lastname@example.org). Version 2.1 (2002-01-01). Originally maintained on behalf of the World Wide Web Consortium's XML Special Interest Group. This document has been translated into German, Amharic, Japanese, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, French, and Czech. [cache]
[May 27, 1999] Frequently Asked Questions about the Extensible Markup Language. The XML FAQ. By Peter Flynn, University College Cork. Version 1.5 (1 June 1999). "This document contains the most frequently-asked questions (with answers) about XML, the Extensible Markup Language. It is intended as a first resource for users, developers, and the interested reader, and should not be regarded as a part of the XML Specification. Maintained on behalf of the World Wide Web Consortium's XML Special Interest Group by Peter Flynn, (University College Cork), with the collaboration of (. . . numerous people). The document is available in several formats (e.g., SGML, HTML, Postscript, ASCII, print). It has been translated into Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Spanish; Czech and Greek translations are also in preparation. [local archive copy]
[December 09, 1998] Frequently Asked Questions about the Extensible Markup Language. The XML FAQ . By Peter Flynn, University College Cork. Version 1.4.1 (6 October 1998). This detailed FAQ document is maintained behalf of the World Wide Web Consortium's XML Special Interest Group by Peter Flynn in collaboration with a number of experts and readers around the world. The FAQ document "is divided into four parts: a) General, b) User, c) Author, and d) Developer. [It] contains the most frequently-asked questions (with answers) about XML, the Extensible Markup Language. It is intended as a first resource for users, developers, and the interested reader, and should not be regarded as a part of the XML Specification." [local archive copy]
Earlier versions of the FAQ document: Version 1.3, June 1998 [local archive copy]; Version 1.21 (3 February 1998), local archive copy, HTML, 980213]; (1 October 1997), [local archive copy]; "Commonly Asked Questions About the Extensible Markup Language: The XML FAQ." Draft Version 1.0, 1 May 1997. By Peter Flynn of University College, Cork. Version 1.0 mirror copy, text only, on May 08, 1997. Other earlier drafts: [mirror copy 0.5, April 01, 1997], [mirror copy 0.4 February 23, 1997]
[February 12, 2000] A communiqué from Patrick Andries reports that "La FAQ de Peter Flynn a été traduite en français." See: www.gutenberg.eu.org/pub/GUTenberg/publications/HTML/FAQXML/faqxml-fr.html. [local archive copy]
XML FAQ version 1.0 in Japanese, translated by Okabe-san.
[February 24, 1998] XML FAQ translated into Spanish, by Jaime Sagarduy of the Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao.
[April 23, 1998] XML FAQ translated into Korean, by the Techno 2000 Project, Inc. Based upon FAQ version 1.21.
FAQ - Java Technology and XML. From Sun Microsystems. Alternate FAQ source from 'XML at Sun'.
XML - Questions & Answers. By Jon Bosak (Sun Microsystems). Published in International SGML Users' Group Newsletter 3/1 (January 1997) 6-7.
DEVX XML Zone, XML FAQ. By Boris Feldman.
[XML] FAQs - From O'ReillyNet (XML.com, Seybold, Songline). Powered By FAQtory -The Answer Engine"
XML FAQ - Extensible Markup Language Frequently Asked Questions from the Textuality Web Site. By XML co-editor, Tim Bray.
[March 05, 1999] IBM XML FAQ Document ('IBM Answers Your XML Questions')
XML FAQ document from Microsoft. June 07, 2000. [cache]
XML FAQ document from Microsoft. Updated November 4, 1998 or later. [local archive copy, 980213]; (earlier version December 13, 1997: local archive copy, .DOC format, zipped).
"Introduction to XML." Brief FAQ document from Lauren Wood (DOM Chair, and SoftQuad Inc).
"20 Questions About XML." By Trisha Gorman.
NOT the comp.text.sgml FAQ By Joe English. 1999-04-01 and previously.
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