> Well, Mike and I agree about as often as he and Theo do, so this is
> going to be a red letter day!
We just need Rob to agree with me on something now, and we'll have the
> First, I don't think we should go down the path of creating a
> schema in which we encourage folks to dump whatever useful stuff
> they can think of. It smacks of the bib-1 attribute set.
> Now, here's where Mike and I probably stop agreeing. I think we
> should just go ahead and do what Theo asks.
Er. Isn't that a bit of a contradiction?
> There is NO easy solution for incorporating unexpected data into an
> existing schema [...]
No, of course not. That's what "unexpected" means! :-)
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