Prepare an XML document that contains calendar information such as the following text describes:
The calendar is owned by a person (e.g. John Smith) and has a few paragraphs that describe the content. The calendar data consists of years, months, and days that are properly nested (e.g. a day is contained in a month). A year is given in both numerical and Latin notation (e.g. 2008 is mmviii in Latin notation). For a month and a day we have both a number and a name. Events are contained in days, and can be of type "deadline", "special event", or "holiday". A summary gives a very brief description of the event. An event can apply to any number of users. For example, the retirement party (which is a special event) on 10 January 2008 applies to users John Smith and Lisa Simpson. As another example, the New Year's Day holiday in 2008 applies to 5 users.
Make sure your document is well-formed, and take special care in using elements vs attributes. Make up some calendar data such that your XML document would be about two A4 pages long when printed. You need at least 10 events, spread over various days and months (in one or two years).