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Re: [xml-dev] Has XML run its course?
- From: Tom Bradford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Tim Bray <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 14:41:36 -0700
Tim Bray wrote:
> At 12:18 PM 26/09/01 -0700, Tom Bradford wrote:
> >Has XML run its course? No. But the W3C *has* outlived its usefulness,
> >and it's time that another, more responsible, entity took over the
> >future of XML's evolution.
> What kind of entity would be appropriate? Something
> existing, or is time to start with something new? -Tim
Dunno... I'm inclined to say something new. When I look back at some
of the better technologies related to XML, most of them have come from
places other than the W3C. SAX, for example. So maybe an elected
management committee of XML-Devers who establish working groups based on
core competencies rather than cash infusions.
Tom Bradford The dbXML Group, L.L.C. http://www.dbxmlgroup.com/
Desktop, Laptop, Settop, Palmtop. Can your XML database do that?