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I agree with that. The politics of altruism are local. Some locales
are larger than others. In my experience, good things come of
trying to solve specific problems in a general way.
Again, RNG could thrive if it can be shown is solves specific
problems in a general way.
The opportunity to sell schema authoring tools is limited to a
small subset of XML designers who have to create these.
Why wouldn't Altova or Topologi build in RNG support
if their customers request it?
From: Matthew Gertner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
In other words, where altruism springs from self-interest
is where we really have a chance to make a difference to all of humanity
over the long term.