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XML-Dev is often not the easiest place to learn the basics
but it is in my experience the best place to get questions
answered that involve emerging parts of the technology being
considered for specifications. For example, despite the
redirection to the www-tag list for answers to a question
about a one page definition for documents on the web, the
question was answered here, not there. We may debate the
answers for awhile and that usually exposes issues that
the authors of the document may need to consider.
I think that many of the web and Internet architecture
questions are better answered here and evolve here. For
anyone learning XML and wants to have an impact on
the futures of the technology, this is an excellent list
to lurk on and a place to learn. Just be aware that a
wide range of topics and styles are tolerated here.
But if you really are new to XML, do spend some time in
the widely available tutorials and perhaps pick up a book or
two with programming examples in your favorite language.
4/2/2002 12:06:10 AM, Jay Fitzgerald <email@example.com> wrote:
>Just wanted to say greetings and see if this is the correct mailing list to
>be on for learning XML