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I know I can be one of the worst offenders, but Eric's quite right about
the recent difficulty in finding angle brackets here. We might do well
to focus on angle brackets and how best to use them for a while. There's
still plenty of work to do in "hardcore XML", whatever happens to the
layers above it.
I don't think we need to create a different list for XML development
discussion, but it might be nice to see lists for things like "Web
Services" that aren't just how to implement/develop/use SOAP (or REST,
for that matter) et al. That's a separate issue, I guess.
on Thu, 2002-05-02 at 16:27, Eric van der Vlist wrote:
> I don't know how to formulate this email so that it doesn't sound as
> critical or inflamatory which is not at all the intent, but the number
> of emails and threads which I am skipping on xml-dev seems to be growing
> exponentialy these days.
> I do not want to give any judgment on the quality on these mails (this
> would be too personal and subjective) but I am primarly interested in
> core XML technologies (maybe I should call this hardcore or extreme XML)
> and not that much in specific applications (such as Web Services to name
> one) nor phylosophical or business discussions (I have nothing against
> phylosophers nor businessmen and have even some specimens in my family
> but just don't understand them).
> I am longing for a list rich of actual angle brackets, dedicated to
> technical discussions (such as the xml-dev which has given birth to SAX
> and RDDL, discussed pro and cons of schema languages or XUpdate
> syntaxes, used to help the newbies, ...).
> The point of this email is just to try to understand if xml-dev is such
> a list (and then the mails and theads I am skipping are more or less out
> of topic) or if I need to search another place (which may eventually
> still need to be created)!
Ring around the content, a pocket full of brackets
Errors, errors, all fall down!