There has been a lot of discussions for the last 5 years around proposals for a new XML generation. These last few weeks, people took the opportunity to propose new ideas on what should be XML. So a post for keeping track of the old and new.
- XML’s Interoperability Problems, June 2000, Simon St.Laurent and Common XML
- Extensible Markup Language - SW (XML-SW), 10 February 2002, Tim Bray
- Future of XML, 26 September 2004, Liam Quinn
- XML 2.0, 10 November 2004, Norman Walsh
- XML5, 23rd October 2007, Anne Van Kesteren. It was associated with a google code project which never really took off the ground and a service for testing the ideas behind this XML5, but the most developed in terms of implementation.
- XML 2.0, No, seriously!, 20 February 2008, Norman Walsh
- XML 2.0, 4 December 2010, Elliotte Rusty Harold
- MicroXML, December 2010, James Clark.