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- From: "Simon St.Laurent" <SimonStL@classic.msn.com>
- To: "Xml-Dev (E-mail)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 7 May 98 01:32:29 UT
Paul Prescod wrote:
>XML will have
>succeeded when people choose not to get together and talk about XML,
>but rather about XML-based OO protocols, XML-document processing,
>XML-knowledge representation and so forth.
Tim Bray compares it to ASCII. Does anyone discuss ASCII anymore? Once in a
while, maybe, in the context of Unicode or other character encodings that are
supplanting it. You're completely right on this one. XML should become
invisible and well-understood as it becomes ubiquitous; the problems it solves
should be the focus of the discussion.
Len Bullard wrote:
>Beers together sometime. Even if the arguments look
>fierce, at the end of the day, beers together.
I think we could all use more beers together. There will always be arguments,
but there will always be (hopefully) beer. Someday I'll actually make it to
one of these conferences, and we'll have beer.
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