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- From: Len Bullard <email@example.com>
- To: Tim Bray <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 01 Oct 1999 21:27:05 -0500
Tim Bray wrote:
> I (and I think some other people) are becoming increasingly convinced
> that the need for some sort of an "XML Packaging" facility is becoming
> increasingly urgent. I was asked to write up a motivating statement for
> the XML Plenary meeting that is happening this Wednesday. I thought that
> the xml-deviants might also find it of interest.
> It's at http://www.textuality.com/xml/why-pkg.html -Tim
I agree. For all the reasons you gave which are... reasonable.
That would get us almost back to the level of SGML
when the CALS fellows worked out the 9600 tape formats for
packaging documents and Charles was working on the *strange
name that was the box japanese meals came in* standard.
In raster (PNG, GIF, JPG) and vector (SVG, VML, PGML) formats. "
Include X3D. Coming along nicely now. Sure do want to see
real time 3D animations of the deep namespaces.
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