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- Date: Sun, 23 Nov 1997 19:50:27 -0800
The Document Interchange Initiative (DII) is a campaign to foster that the
content of a website can be more easily interchanged between various
software. To reach this goal, the campaign promotes adherence to markup
standards as an alternative to proprietary markup extensions. In a way, the
campaign is a public relations effort to increase the use of XML and
The Document Interchange Initiative promotes markup that conforms to the
established standards both when it comes to syntax and semantics. The
following location is updated with information about the campaign, and new
information is added on a regular basis. Feel free to make a link to it:
You are invited to join the Document Interchange Initiative, by adding your
name or organization to a list of those that support the goals of
interchangable documents through adherence to markup standards. There are
no obligations whatsoever, but your name or organization on the list will
help to get the necessarry attention for the campaign.
Please send an email to <DII@in-progress.com> or directly to me to be
listed as supporter or become an activist, or if you have any questions
related to the campaign.
-- Terje <Terje@in-progress.com> | Media Design in*Progress
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