XML Project provides commercial quality standards–based XML solutions
that are developed inn a open and cooperatives fashion.
The Dublin Core
– A Simple Content Description Model for Electronic Resources.
Developer Zone XML
the site for newsML
project is to provide a single, value-added, entry point to up-to-date
reference and guidance information on available and emerging standards and
specifications that facilitate the electronic exchange of information. The
Diffuse project has been set up to provide neutral reporting on developments
relating to standards and specifications in support of Key Action II (New
Methods of Work and Electronic Commerce) and Key Action III (Multimedia
Content and Tools) of the European Commission’s
Society Technologies (IST) programme.
Diffuse Project provides a nice summary of the document interchange
standards located at
Property Rights Language™
is another newsML site
for Internet Content Selection
is a company with XML, newsML, and related services.
Oasis is a not–for–profit consortium
that designs and develops industry standard specifications for
interoperability based on XML.
- Publishing Requirements for Industry Standard Metadata
is a worldwide forum for sharing and disseminating theoretical, functional and
practical information on current and emerging technologies for Graphic Arts
print production and related processes.
An annotated XML specification can be found
This is a "wonderful" tour of the XML 1.0 specification. Too bad
it's not in hardcopy for reading on the plane.
Industry Text Format
Maps Frequently Asked Questions
is an independent consortium of parties interested in developing the
applicability of the Topic Maps Paradigm to the World Wide Web, by leveraging
the XML family of specifications as required. This work includes the
development of version 1.0 of an XML grammar for interchanging Web-based Topic
Maps, called XML Topic Maps (XTM)
Version 1.0, written by the Topicmaps.Org Authoring Group. All versions
of the XTM Specification will be permanently licensed to the public.
an independent resource for news, education, and information about the
application of XML in industrial and commercial settings. Hosted by
and funded by organizations who are committed to product-independent data
exchange, XML.ORG offers valuable tools, such as the
Catalog, to help you make critical decisions about whether and how to
employ XML in your business. For businesspeople and technologists alike,
XML.ORG offers a uniquely independent view of what's happening in the XML
Cover Pages is a comprehensive online reference work for the Extensible
Markup Language (XML) and its parent, the Standard Generalized Markup Language
(SGML). The reference collection features extensive documentation on the
application of the open, interoperable "markup language" standards,
including XSL, XSLT, XPath, XLink, XPointer, HyTime, DSSSL, CSS, SPDL, CGM,
ISO-HTML, and others.
XUL is an XML based User Interface