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- From: Ann Navarro <email@example.com>
- To: "Hunter, David" <dhunter@Mobility.com>, "'Tim Berners-Lee'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, XML-DEV <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 12:08:20 -0400
At 11:43 AM 9/16/99 -0400, Hunter, David wrote:
>If the W3C does decide that they want to start putting "things" there, it
>also has to be optional as to whether or not the application involved goes
>to retrieve it.
And that's what he said:
> And this is not mandatory - but is very useful!
>(If I develop an Intranet application, I want to be able to
>use XHTML without clients having to run out to the W3C site regularly.
>Ditto for any other XML vocabularies which are defined going forward, from
>the W3C or anyone else.)
It also should be noted that there's nothing precluding a cache'd copy of
that "thing" for that Intranet application.
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