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RE: Regular expression for URI matching

I get the A product usually but only after asking 
questions say on XML-Dev. As you say, education.  
The harder problem for example in schema products was figuring out if 
the content was valid or invalid and the tool 
did or did not support the feature.

We have to expect tool churning and understand 
it holds back work.  For Thralls, the adoption curve includes 
the learning curve, but until we can get into 
the reliable product curve we don't have a business. 

What keeps me awake at night isn't XML.  It is 
applications of XML.


Ekam sat.h, Vipraah bahudhaa vadanti.
Daamyata. Datta. Dayadhvam.h

-----Original Message-----
From: Nicolas LEHUEN [mailto:nicolas.lehuen@ubicco.com]

The problem is when you have a developer that produces malformed content,
then compares development tool A and development tool B to decide which one
he'll buy. Development tool A, being more strict, rejects the developer's
content. Development tool B does not. So the developer buys the B product.
This is a phenomenon that keeps marketers and product managers awake at

Maybe the solution is to educate the developer himself ?