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(Unofficial) RELAX NG schema to specify the construction and meaning of OPML 1.0 and 2.0 documents.
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OPML RELAX NG Schema Copyright (c) Tom Morris 2008. Released under the GNU General Public License See COPYING or http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html The purpose of this RELAX NG schema is to provide a computer-readable and validatable guide to the OPML 1.0 and 2.0 specifications as defined at www.opml.org: - OPML 2.0 - http://opml.org/spec2 - OPML 1.0 - http://opml.org/spec The specifications upon which the schema is based are copyright to UserLand Software, Inc. and Scripting News, Inc. See the specification pages above for details of the copyright. As per the copyright notices of those documents, the UserLand and Scripting News copyright notice is included in this bundle at docs/UL-SN-DISCLAIMER, which I humbly request you include with forked copies. The source for this project is managed using the open-source version control and source control management tool, Git. Please see http://git.or.cz for details on how to use Git. Trust me, it's cool. Once you start using it, you'll wish that Subversion and CVS etc. would go away and the world would start using Git. Please feel free to send patches to me - email@example.com - for inclusion in the central repository. Patches sought include both cleaning up and making more expressive the existing behaviour. I am currently seeking out the best way to implement vendor- and user-extensibility to the schema. I'd like to hear your input. I am also planning to add a test suite which would include a set of valid OPML 1.0 and 2.0 documents so that schema changes can be tested against existing documents for compatibility purposes. If you have never contributed to an open source project before, please read this guide: http://drnicwilliams.com/2007/06/01/8-steps-for-fixing-other-peoples-code/