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   Re: good book on XML

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  • From: David DS Barnes <d.d.barnes@ic.ac.uk>
  • To: Peter Murray-Rust <peter@ursus.demon.co.uk>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 09:41:00 +0100

Peter Murray-Rust wrote:
> ...
> At 02:47 AM 2/22/00 -0500, Frank Boumphrey wrote:
> ...
> >
> >We would probably also need three books
> >
> >1. beginers
> >2. Intermediate
> >3. Cutting edge
>  This is XML. We can have one resource and a multitude of views
> (stylesheets, entities, etc.). The big difficulty in creating a "beginners"
> book is not writing it, but reacting dynamically to the feedback. Printed
> books usually can't do this. XML-books can.

"reacting dynamically to the feedback" is a perfect problem-case for
xml/xsl technologies to filter, compile and respond to request data.

I have an undergraduate project that is heading towards this scenario:
	t=1:	author(s) submit(s) content
	t=2:	users (novices-->experts) submit feedback
	t=3:	author(s) "react"

I would love to participate/contribute in/to such a useful and
innovative project.
It would be a work of X*, for X* in X* technologies :)

David DS Barnes
	mechanical eng,imperial college		|	t:0171 594 7181
	exhibition rd, london, sw7 2bx		|	f:0171 594 7127

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