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- Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2000 17:16:40 -0400
David Megginson wrote -
> SAX needs a new maintainer.
And a HUGE round of applause and thanks to David!
> Since SAX is through its initial rapid-development stage, I'm inclined
> to hand it over to an institution rather than to an individual. I've
> considered the W3C and OASIS, but since SAX is really a developers'
> project rather than a standards-writers' project, I wondered if the
> Apache Project might not make the best home -- they're well set up to
> deal with this sort of thing, and have demonstrated a high degree of
> technical competence.
Apache has merit. It does look like everything they are working on keeps
getting bigger and more complicated, though. They seem to like to add
features that would be "proprietary" if they were a commercial outfit. Of
course, they all have merit, but the "S" might go out of "SAX". I'm in
favor of stability for our defacto standards as much as possible. Maybe
Apache would make some agreement for stability and openness??