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- From: James Robertson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Date: Wed, 19 Aug 1998 11:38:51 +1000
At 11:27 19/08/1998, Simon St.Laurent wrote:
| David Megginson writes:
| >If James doesn't need Architectural forms, DSSSL, and HyTime in SGML,
| >then he shouldn't need namespaces, XSL, and XML-Data (which seems to
| >have been obsoleted by DCD anyway) in XML, unless someone decides to
| >start cramming them down all implementors' throats whether they will
| >or no.
| True - but does anyone else need that stuff either? Okay, that's going
| far. But does everyone else need it? I don't think so. This train is
| too fast, and apparently has no brakes. I never thought I'd complain
| standards moving too _quickly_, but XML seems to be breaking new ground
| many different ways.
I can change the world with only: XML, some DTDs, and a useful range of
XML-aware editors, manipulators, converters, etc. Simple stuff
So: let's get the tools sorted out for one standard before moving
on to all the rest ...
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