For what it's worth, there's also a short but interesting discussion of
KML, GML, GeoRSS, where they may be going as "standards" here:
Tom Elliott wrote:
> Syd Bauman wrote:
>> This information is stored in an XML file that uses a language that
>> Google calls KML. I have not been able to find a schema for KML
>> anywhere. If anyone can find it, please let me know.
> As of version 2.1, we're not aware of a published schema for KML.
> FWIW, KML stands for "Keyhole Markup Language" (memorializing the
> company called Keyhole that was purchased by Google, whence Google Earth
> the application).
> What docs there are for KML are at http://earth.google.com/kml/
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