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- From: "Buss, Jason A" <email@example.com>
- To: "'James Clark'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 09:22:51 -0500
Yes, it is.
However; hence the words "Working Draft"...
Something like this is lovely for "experimental implementation" purposes.
But am I not correct in thinking all the press releases I have seen say
Biztalk is supposed to be available for commerical use around Q3, 1999? Are
all the WGs going to bust their humps to make sure they have rec'ed all the
WDs in time for the big release? Not likely. Especially with the current
debate surrounding XSL/XSLT. The whole syntax could go out the window, or
even FO's. And why they want to introduce a commercial web application this
soon, no backwards compatibility, I just don't get it.
Andrew, comments, please???
> -----Original Message-----
> From: James Clark [SMTP:email@example.com]
> "John E. Simpson" wrote:
> > Ah. Yes, I just checked using IE5 and can indeed see that IE5 "reads"
> > with embedded spaces just fine, by auto-encoding them to %20s. That's an
> > interesting twist.
> This is in conformance with the W3C Character Model WD. See
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