I am making up a list of the best XML websites, where "best" means "this is
a website I go to as part of my daily/weekly routine or because
references/links typically lead me there".
My personal list would be, for non-vendor sites:
#1 xmlhack.com (opinionated digest of mail lists)
#2 xml.com (articles, resources)
#3 Cover's Cover Pages (comprehensive topical collections, with abstracts)
#4 Elliotte's cafe latte (opinion)
#5 citeseer (abstracts and copies of scholarly articles, not much specific
For vendor/product sites:
#1 W3C (technical specifications)
#2 alphaworks at IBM (toys)
What are other people's top lists? In particular, I am interested in
websites that are interesting.