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I've posted some slides on Regular Fragmentations and MOE:
I presented them last night to the XML SIG of the New York Object
Developers' Group - a great audience with solid and often difficult
I'll be attempting to discuss these issues and arguments more coherently
as an article at some point, especially as it struck me last night that
Regular Fragmentations and MOE, while historically related, tend to look
at things from opposite ends of the telescope.
Nothing (much) has changed fundamentally with either Regular
Fragmentations or MOE since my last postings on them, but hopefully that
situtation will improve in the not-too-distant future.
Ring around the content, a pocket full of brackets
Errors, errors, all fall down!