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Re: Collected Works of SAX
- From: David Brownell <email@example.com>
- To: Leigh Dodds <firstname.lastname@example.org>, xml-dev <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2001 16:18:29 -0700
> > As for layers on top, I confess that initially I had
> > thought of just a web page to collect links. (Hence
> > "collected works". :) Heck, maybe a Wiki would
> > be a good thing to have around in any case! We
> > don't know all that's available right now, so it's
> > hard to know what parts are really missing.
> Thats a good point I'm sure there's a lot there, ranging from
> obvious ones like Davids XML Writer, to other bits of code
> hidden in various open source project.
Actually there are quite a lot of such writers, with varying
degrees of functionality.
> I'm willing to pull together a list of links if people want to email them
> to myself or the list.
Sounds like a volunteer to me ... :) Would a form on the
SourceForge site help collect such stuff?
> This thread has changed tack somewhat, and has focussing
> on the bigger issue of SAXs home and future. While this
> is needed, we shouldn't let the opportunity for compiling
> a collected works, etc slip by while the interest is there.