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Roadmap for railML

After more than 15 years of development, the coordinators and developers find themselves at yet another milestone. RailML 2 is a stable and mature baseline used widely in the railway sector, while railML 3 continues to transform into our most complete baseline yet. To ...

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Common Coordination News

Everyone working in the railway system knows how complex and intertwined it can be. It is the job of our Common coordinator, Thomas Nygreen, to untangle the threads in railML.org’s quest to develop a standardised mark-up language for the railway sector. ...

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36th railML conference in Belgium

The 36th railML conference took place on the 6th of November 2019  in Brussels, Belgium - its modern and international character a great representation of what the railML.org community is. As is customary, this autumn conference was dedicated to the English-speaking ...

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Introduction of the railML.org Code of Conduct

For more than 15 years railML.org has worked to develop railML – a uniform data exchange format for the railway community. Originally consisting of only a few members, the community has expanded to include partners from all over Europe and international cooperation has ...

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Scheme Planning and Lifecycle Policy / V2.2 Support Termination

Termination of support for railML 2.2 railML.org will discontinue the support for railML version 2.2 as of June 30, 2021. We recommend to switch to railML versions 2.3, 2.4 or the future railML 2.5. Furthermore, also the new railML 3.x schemas are available for the ...

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How to access the railML development

railML is an open-source data exchange format, which is developed by the railML community – a consolidation of various companies, research and governmental organisations active in the railway sector. This community is open to everyone interested in further enhancing ...

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