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  • From: Peter@ursus.demon.co.uk (Peter Murray-Rust)
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Sun, 14 Sep 1997 10:17:31 GMT

In message <199709140826.JAA29099@andromeda.ndirect.co.uk> "Neil Bradley" writes:

> > Reply-to:      Arnaud Le Taillanter <arnaud21@club-internet.fr>
> > Neil Bradley proposed some simple rules (this is "version 1", a second
> > version, a little more complex, but simple enough, was proposed). I
> > really like
> > the approach, even if it doesn't work for the moment.
> I agree they are inadequate, but I think my second attempt was more 
> acurate than my first, so I am surprised that you now dissect the 
> first attempt. Still, I am happy to see this issue continue to be 
> aired.

Any constructive discussion on this subject is appropriate for XML-DEV. 
As we have archives, it's important that posters read them beforehand,
especially on this subject.

> I am more than happy for people to pull-apart my proposed rules. That 
> is what I put them here for. But please refer to the second attempt, 
> not the first.

Two procedural points (I am not commenting on the content):

- the postings are all referenceable by URLs on Henry Rzepa's archive,
so please use these if there is a chance of confusion.

[David D]
- please try to keep the same subject for the thread so that it can
later be read in hypermailed form more easily.


Peter Murray-Rust, domestic net connection
Virtual School of Molecular Sciences

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