Several things have changed since libverticale-xhtml-0.2...
XML Schema support it NOT out. [infosets requires valid xml, thus libverticale requires validation, whether with XML-Schema or RNG...]
Second, I'm thinking of the gallery as a semantic web service, bundled with rich semantics. It would *ideally* allow peoples to present their contents (art exhibits, etc) in a semanticish way.
For example, the SOAPServer.py [built on top of SOAPpy] sends SOAP messages to the user app, and presents infosets in terms of a RDF syntax, representing the semantics of the exposition.
The libverticale team is proud to announce the
first public release of libverticale-xhtml!
Libverticale is a newly designed XML framework (a lot of XSL stylesheets)
for modeling a (semantic) web art gallery.
For more details, please visit http://sourceforge.net/projects/libverticale/