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- From: "Heikki Toivonen" <email@example.com>
- To: "'XML Developers' List'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 11 Jun 1999 11:16:20 +0300
Jonathan Borden wrote:
> Miles Sabin wrote:
> > In what way does criticism of XSL deprive you of those
> > rights you've just listed?
> I never said it did. The above paragraph was used to defend my prior
> statement that I have a right to use XSL if I choose. What I
> wish, is to use
> XSL as a standard, and further, to define a common platform for web
XSL is not a standard, at least not yet. It might actually never become a
standard. Until there is a standard you can not claim you are using one.
> To suggest, as Leventhal does, that work on XSL be
> suspended until 'major'
> browser vendors have completed implementation of CSS2, is a
Actually, suspension was more like my view. Perhaps you should read
Michael's last mail again to see his view.
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