Subject: [xsl] XMLPipe model: should we change the name?|
From: Michael Pediaditakis <mp49@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 17:56:45 +0000
This is simply an "ethical" matter, so any feedback will be highly appreciated!
We are in the process of finishing the implementation of a model (in Java) that realises a number of ideas on transformation pipelining, heterogeneous documents combination and handling and a way to semi-automatically produce the correct combination of transformations for a specific application profile.
Now, the core aspect of the whole architecture is the pipelining of transformations (mainly XSL-T) for the XML documents... And thus, the original name that I thought to give to the whole model and the implementation is "XMLPipe".
However, there is the "XML Pipeline processing" wich is a quite different concept with a very similar name though! Plus, there is already the "XPipe" pipelining architecture. Moreover, XML* names should be reserved for W3C products and recommendations shouldn't they?
So, my question is: Do you think that I should change the name before we make a public release of the model and implementation?