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- From: "Don Park" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 17 Dec 1997 14:36:53 -0800
>In other words, we need at least one other parser writer on board
>besides Tim and me (a duopoly is almost as bad as a monopoly), and at
>least two other applet/application writers besides Peter. If we don't
>have that agreement, and a working beta interface, by 12 January, I
>won't want to spend any more of my time on this issue (I have other
>projects that I'd like to pursue).
If Chris does not object or respond, I can step up and provide the
implementation for MSXML by 12 January. There is nothing in the license
that prohibits me from implementing the simple API over MSXML.
As far as James' concern over having a simple DOM, I think one of us can
implement a XmlApplication that produces W3C DOM objects so programmers can
just deal with DOM. Any takers?
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