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Re: Binary XML - summary of discussion to date

On Sat, 14 Apr 2001, Stephen D. Williams wrote:

> I understand that what I'm doing might not make it to a standard.  The
> point is to aim for something that is suitable for a standard as set of
> design constraints.  Saying that it is intended to be the generic
> 'binary structured XML' equivalent to XML 1.0 implies all those
> constraints.

Indeed, an approach I take with all design projects is that even if we
can't agree on a standard that meets everyone's needs, or even a workable
subset of everyone's needs, and end up killing each other in a massive
flame war, then at least our assembled notes will be very useful material
for people working on related projects in future :-)

> sdw


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