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Title: RE: [xml-dev] Painful USA Today article (was RE: [xml-dev] ANN: R ESTTutorial)
Actually, this was a reference to the penguins.
sense of humour can be slightly obtuse before my first 6
you cite an application, it is given a decent spec for that application.
you spec, XML, you are quite right.
is exactly the point.
for those in the XML system tools business, a different problem
occurring. The specs from the W3C are insufficiently modular to
enable you to spec tools according to finely granular requirements.
makes it a hard business for anyone without deep pockets.
is Simon's point and he is right.
From: Anderson, John
Unfortunately, XML isn't quite so black and white.
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