Overview: XML.org was formed and introduced in June 1999 by OASIS, the non-profit Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Systems, to minimize overlap and duplication in XML languages and XML standard initiatives by providing public access to XML information and XML Schemas. XML.org has grown into a centralized portal and resource to technologists, developers and businesspeople developing purpose-built XML languages. XML.org is a credible source of information about the application of XML in industrial and commercial settings. XML.org continues to emphasize its not-for-profit status and affiliation with OASIS, while at the same time providing an environment and community where technologists and businesspeople are encouraged to unite in discussion groups that lead into OASIS technical committees and the adoption of interoperability standards. XML.org will foster collaboration by promoting industry discussion groups through various unification initiatives.
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Current Status: Active
Last Updated: October 15, 2013