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Since Michael works for a generous company, the company could
treat this inconvenience like others, and agree to provide free
copies of XML Spy to those who agree to their conditions and quit
submitting open source limericks.
As for the hours of design work going into the Cowan-conforming
architecture, it's good practice and will find reuse in multiple
books on the topic of schema and DTD design. Look how long
the pizza stayed hot.
From: Jonathan Robie [mailto:email@example.com]
At 03:21 PM 1/11/2002 -0800, Michael Rys wrote:
>Seriously, could the limerick fans please stop or create a new list
Historically, diversion, hot air, and time wasting have been central goals
of xml-dev. I don't think that the current threads on limericks distract
from these goals.